|1.||having or involving more than one part, individual, etc: he had multiple injuries|
|2.||(US), (Canadian) electronics (of a circuit) having a number of conductors in parallel|
|3.||the product of a given number or polynomial and any other one: 6 is a multiple of 2|
|4.||telephony an electrical circuit accessible at a number of points to any one of which a connection can be made|
|5.||short for multiple store|
|[C17: via French from Late Latin multiplus, from Latin |
|multiple (mŭl'tə-pəl) Pronunciation Key
A number that may be divided by another number with no remainder. For example, 4, 10, and 32 are multiples of 2.