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**The synonyms of “Multiply” are: breed, manifold, procreate, reproduce, increase, increase exponentially, grow, become more numerous, accumulate, proliferate, mount up, mushroom, snowball, burgeon, spread, expand, propagate**

## Multiply as a Verb

### Definitions of "Multiply" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “multiply” as a verb can have the following definitions:

*Combine by multiplication.**Obtain from (a number) another which contains the first number a specified number of times.**Propagate (plants.**Have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant.**Have young (animals) or reproduce (organisms.**(of an animal or other organism) increase in number by reproducing.**Increase or cause to increase greatly in number or quantity.**Combine or increase by multiplication.*

### Synonyms of "Multiply" as a verb (17 Words)

accumulate | Get or gather together.Investigators have yet to accumulate enough evidence. |

become more numerous | Come into existence. |

breed | Rear and train (someone) to behave in a particular way or have certain qualities.Toads are said to return to the pond of their birth to breed. |

burgeon | Begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish.The city s suburbs have burgeoned sprawling out from the centre. |

expand | Expand the influence of.Expand the house by adding another wing. |

grow | Become attached by or as if by the process of growth.The tree trunks had grown together. |

increase | Become bigger or greater in amount.We are aiming to increase awareness of social issues. |

increase exponentially | Make bigger or more. |

manifold | Make multiple copies of. |

mount up | Get up on the back of. |

mushroom | Form a shape resembling that of a mushroom.These are high performance bullets which mushroom upon impact. |

procreate | (of people or animals) produce young; reproduce.The Bible tells people to procreate. |

proliferate | Cause to grow or increase rapidly.Cultured cells often proliferate indefinitely. |

propagate | Cause to propagate as by grafting or layering.The French propagated the idea that the English were drunkards. |

reproduce | Recreate a sound, image, idea, mood, atmosphere, etc.These bacteria reproduce. |

snowball | Throw snowballs at.The campaign was snowballing. |

spread | Become distributed or widespread.Rain over north west Scotland will spread south east during the day. |

### Usage Examples of "Multiply" as a verb

*We all know how to multiply by ten.**Cigarette smoking combines with other factors to multiply the risks of atherosclerosis.**Multiply 10 by 15.**Ever since I became a landlord my troubles have multiplied tenfold.**He managed to multiply his profits.**Multiply fourteen by nineteen.**Researchers multiply these varieties to provide new plants for the farmers.**Listeria and other bacteria were able to multiply in very low temperatures.*

## Associations of "Multiply" (30 Words)

algebra | A system of algebra based on given axioms.Courses in algebra geometry and Newtonian physics. |

algebraic | Denoting a mathematical expression or equation in which a finite number of symbols are combined using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and exponentiation with constant rational exponents.Algebraic geometry. |

arithmetic | Relating to arithmetic.Arithmetic had never been her strong point. |

augment | Enlarge or increase.The pressure augmented. |

calculable | Capable of being calculated or estimated.Calculable odds. |

calculate | Predict in advance.His last words were calculated to wound her. |

calculus | The branch of mathematics that deals with the finding and properties of derivatives and integrals of functions by methods originally based on the summation of infinitesimal differences The two main types are differential calculus and integral calculus.Biliary calculi. |

count | Include as if by counting.He hopes his sporting attitude will count in his favour. |

denominator | The number below the line in a vulgar fraction; a divisor. |

digit | A structure equivalent to a finger or thumb at the end of the limbs of many higher vertebrates.0 and 1 are digits. |

double | To double the degree.Double chrysanthemums have many rows of petals and are usually spherical or hemispherical. |

doubly | To twice the normal extent or degree; especially.We re going to have to work doubly hard. |

equation | The process of equating one thing with another.The equation of science with objectivity. |

equilateral | A figure whose sides are all equal.An equilateral triangle. |

exponential | A function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent.An exponential curve. |

geometer | A geometrid moth or its caterpillar. |

geometric | A geometric pattern.A geometric pattern. |

geometry | A particular system of geometry.The geometry of spiders webs. |

hyperbolic | Of or relating to a hyperbola.A hyperbolic style. |

math | Mathematics.She teaches math and science. |

mathematics | The abstract science of number quantity and space either as abstract concepts pure mathematics or as applied to other disciplines such as physics and engineering applied mathematics.A taste for mathematics. |

multiplication | The process or skill of multiplying.The multiplication of four by three gives twelve. |

number | Determine the number or amount of.In English the subject and the verb must agree in number. |

numerable | Able to be counted.Numerable assets. |

numerate | Having a good basic knowledge of arithmetic; able to understand and work with numbers.Teachers should ensure that their pupils are literate and numerate. |

photometer | Measuring instrument for measuring the luminous intensity of a source by comparing it (visually or photoelectrically) with a standard source. |

pi | The ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle; approximately equal to 3.14159265358979323846…The π orbital system of the benzene molecule. |

reductive | Tending to present a subject or problem in a simplified form, especially one viewed as crude.He combines his reductive abstract shapes with a rippled surface. |

tenfold | By ten times; to ten times the number or amount.A tenfold increase in the use of insecticides. |

times | An arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division; the product of two numbers is computed.It was a sign of the times. |