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multiplex (not comparable)
- Comprising several interleaved parts.
- (botany) Having petals lying in folds over each other.
- (medicine) Having multiple members with a particular condition.
- 2009, The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Psychopharmacology, page 951:
- Supporting an additive model, simplex families […] have less impairment than multiplex families (those with two or more individuals affected) in language processing.
multiplex (plural multiplexes)
- A building or a place where several activities occur in multiple units concurrently or different times.
- (by extension) A large cinema complex comprising many (typically more than five, and often over ten) movie theatres or houses.
- (juggling) throwing motion where more than one ball is thrown with one hand at the same time.
- To interleave several activities.
- (computing) To combine several signals into one.
- (transitive) To convert (a cinema business) into a large complex, or multiplex.
- (juggling) To make a multiplex throw.
to combine signals
- (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈmul.ti.pleks/, [ˈmʊɫ̪.t̪ɪ.plɛks]
- (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈmul.ti.pleks/, [ˈmul̪.t̪i.plɛks]
Third-declension one-termination adjective.
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