Related formsmul·ti·po·lar·i·ty [muhl-tee-poh-lar-i-tee, -puh-, muhl-tahy-] /ˌmʌl ti poʊˈlær ɪ ti, -pə-, ˌmʌl taɪ-/, noun
Examples from the Web for multipolar
Its application to the multipolar machine is easily followed from fig. 9, which illustrates the heteropolar type of dynamo.
In Aeginopsis a planula is formed by multipolar immigration.
A multipolar nerve corpuscle—very shrivelled, but unmistakable.John Thorndyke's Cases|R. Austin Freeman
The trolley engine for hauling the bucket along the boom is also direct coupled to a multipolar motor.The New York Subway|Anonymous
The large granule cells are multipolar cells, many of the branchings penetrating well into the molecular layer.