centuple


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centuple


Past participle: centupled
Gerund: centupling

Imperative
centuple
centuple
Present
I centuple
you centuple
he/she/it centuples
we centuple
you centuple
they centuple
Preterite
I centupled
you centupled
he/she/it centupled
we centupled
you centupled
they centupled
Present Continuous
I am centupling
you are centupling
he/she/it is centupling
we are centupling
you are centupling
they are centupling
Present Perfect
I have centupled
you have centupled
he/she/it has centupled
we have centupled
you have centupled
they have centupled
Past Continuous
I was centupling
you were centupling
he/she/it was centupling
we were centupling
you were centupling
they were centupling
Past Perfect
I had centupled
you had centupled
he/she/it had centupled
we had centupled
you had centupled
they had centupled
Future
I will centuple
you will centuple
he/she/it will centuple
we will centuple
you will centuple
they will centuple
Future Perfect
I will have centupled
you will have centupled
he/she/it will have centupled
we will have centupled
you will have centupled
they will have centupled
Future Continuous
I will be centupling
you will be centupling
he/she/it will be centupling
we will be centupling
you will be centupling
they will be centupling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been centupling
you have been centupling
he/she/it has been centupling
we have been centupling
you have been centupling
they have been centupling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been centupling
you will have been centupling
he/she/it will have been centupling
we will have been centupling
you will have been centupling
they will have been centupling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been centupling
you had been centupling
he/she/it had been centupling
we had been centupling
you had been centupling
they had been centupling
Conditional
I would centuple
you would centuple
he/she/it would centuple
we would centuple
you would centuple
they would centuple
Past Conditional
I would have centupled
you would have centupled
he/she/it would have centupled
we would have centupled
you would have centupled
they would have centupled
References in classic literature ?
But the highest minds of the world have never ceased to explore the double meaning, or shall I say the quadruple or the centuple or much more manifold meaning, of every sensuous fact; Orpheus, Empedocles, Heraclitus, Plato, Plutarch, Dante, Swedenborg, and the masters of sculpture, picture, and poetry.
Vous tous qui, dans les rangs presses de la population europeenne [...], restez attaches aux chances d'un salaire chetif etprecaire [...], si vous vous sentez du courage et de la force, si vous etes laborieux et sobres, s'il vous reste enfin quelques minces ressources pour confier a la terre quelques semences et attendre qu'elle vous les rende au centuple, unissez-vous et venez ici [au Chaco] avec confiance" (Jacques, 1857: 57; la cursiva es mia) ("Toda mi ambicion consiste en que estas lineas lleguen a mi patria [...].
The Durants ponder this question and caution: "We double, triple, centuple our speed, but we shatter our nerves in the process, and are the same trousered apes at two thousand miles an hour as when we had legs."
But the highest minds of the world have never ceased to explore the double meaning, or, shall I say, the quadruple, or the centuple, or much more manifold meaning, of every sensuous fact.
"Ce qu'on ne sait pas centuple l'impression de ce qu'on sait," claims the narrator of "Le Dessous de cartes" and adds: "Je me figure que l'enfer, vu par un soupirail, devrait etre plus effrayant que si, d'un seul et planant regard, on pouvait l'embrasser tout entier." (10) The narrative and linguistic gaps that Barbey weaves into his text are represented by the recurring metaphor of the veil, cloth, or curtain.
This sentence by Emerson could almost have been written by Stern: the highest minds of the world have never ceased to explore the double meaning, or, shall I say, the quadruple, or the centuple, or much more manifold meaning, of every sensuous fact.
Mais apres tout moi, je trouve un radicalisme apparente dans beaucoup des paraboles de Jesus ou dans ses dires extremes, "aimer ses ennemis," ce n'est pas possible, personne ne peut le faire, bon le "qui veut sauver sa vie la perdra" "les premiers seront les derniers" "rendre au centuple" toutes les paraboles qui sont des hyperboles et alors la je pense que Derrida a restitue en quelque sorte le langage hyperbolique au moral.
Et ce plaisir se double d'un autre pour les intellectuels si le consentement aux tenebres eternelles donne a l'esprit au seuil de son neant une lucidite qui compense au centuple et rachete le risque capital qu'il encourt.
Just as nature is constantly troping as it proceeds in "perpetual inchoation" and "rapid metamorphosis" (CW 1:124), converting "every sensuous fact" into a "double," "quadruple," "centuple," or "much more manifold meaning" (CW 3:3-4), so Emerson's tropes, aspiring to be one with things, "flow" like nature and are "fluxional," "vehicular and transitive," expressions of "manifold" meanings (CW 3:20).(4)
Le soleil rayonnait sur cette pourriture, Comme afin de la cuire a point, Et de rendre au centuple a la grande Nature Tout ce qu'ensemble elle avait joint (v.