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quin·tu·ple

 (kwĭn-to͞o′pəl, -tyo͞o′-, -tŭp′əl, kwĭn′tə-pəl)
adj.
1. Consisting of five parts or members.
2. Five times as much in size, strength, number, or amount.
n.
A fivefold amount or number.
tr. & intr.v. quin·tu·pled, quin·tu·pling, quin·tu·ples
To multiply or be multiplied by five.

[French, from Old French : Latin quīntus, fifth; see penkwe in Indo-European roots + -ple, -fold (from Latin -plus; see pel- in Indo-European roots).]

quin·tup′ly adv.

quintuple

(ˈkwɪntjʊpəl; kwɪnˈtjuːpəl)
vb
to multiply by five
adj
1. five times as much or as many; fivefold
2. consisting of five parts
n
a quantity or number five times as great as another
[C16: from French, from Latin quintus, on the model of quadruple]

quin•tu•ple

(kwɪnˈtu pəl, -ˈtyu-, -ˈtʌp əl, ˈkwɪn tʊ pəl, -tyʊ-)

adj., n., v. -pled, -pling. adj.
1. fivefold; consisting of five parts.
2. five times as great or as much.
3. having five beats to a musical measure.
n.
4. a number, amount, etc., five times as great as another.
v.t., v.i.
5. to make or become five times as great.
[1560–70; < Middle French < New Latin or Medieval Latin quīntuplus, derivative of quīntus fifth]

quintuple


Past participle: quintupled
Gerund: quintupling

Imperative
quintuple
quintuple
Present
I quintuple
you quintuple
he/she/it quintuples
we quintuple
you quintuple
they quintuple
Preterite
I quintupled
you quintupled
he/she/it quintupled
we quintupled
you quintupled
they quintupled
Present Continuous
I am quintupling
you are quintupling
he/she/it is quintupling
we are quintupling
you are quintupling
they are quintupling
Present Perfect
I have quintupled
you have quintupled
he/she/it has quintupled
we have quintupled
you have quintupled
they have quintupled
Past Continuous
I was quintupling
you were quintupling
he/she/it was quintupling
we were quintupling
you were quintupling
they were quintupling
Past Perfect
I had quintupled
you had quintupled
he/she/it had quintupled
we had quintupled
you had quintupled
they had quintupled
Future
I will quintuple
you will quintuple
he/she/it will quintuple
we will quintuple
you will quintuple
they will quintuple
Future Perfect
I will have quintupled
you will have quintupled
he/she/it will have quintupled
we will have quintupled
you will have quintupled
they will have quintupled
Future Continuous
I will be quintupling
you will be quintupling
he/she/it will be quintupling
we will be quintupling
you will be quintupling
they will be quintupling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been quintupling
you have been quintupling
he/she/it has been quintupling
we have been quintupling
you have been quintupling
they have been quintupling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been quintupling
you will have been quintupling
he/she/it will have been quintupling
we will have been quintupling
you will have been quintupling
they will have been quintupling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been quintupling
you had been quintupling
he/she/it had been quintupling
we had been quintupling
you had been quintupling
they had been quintupling
Conditional
I would quintuple
you would quintuple
he/she/it would quintuple
we would quintuple
you would quintuple
they would quintuple
Past Conditional
I would have quintupled
you would have quintupled
he/she/it would have quintupled
we would have quintupled
you would have quintupled
they would have quintupled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.quintuple - a set of five similar things considered as a unit
set - a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used; "a set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"
Verb1.quintuple - increase fivefold; "The population of China quintupled"
manifold, multiply - combine or increase by multiplication; "He managed to multiply his profits"
Adj.1.quintuple - having five units or components
multiple - having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual; "multiple birth"; "multiple ownership"; "made multiple copies of the speech"; "his multiple achievements in public life"; "her multiple personalities"; "a pineapple is a multiple fruit"
Translations

quintuple

A. [ˈkwɪntjʊpl] ADJquíntuplo
B. [ˈkwɪntjʊpl] Nquíntuplo m
C. [kwɪnˈtjuːpl] VTquintuplicar
D. [kwɪnˈtjuːpl] VIquintuplicarse

quintuple

adjfünffach
nFünffache(s) nt
visich verfünffachen
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