[ muhl-ti-vohl-teen, -tn ]
/ ˌmʌl tɪˈvoʊl tin, -tn /
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producing several broods in one year, as certain silkworm moths; polyvoltine.
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Multivoltine, mul-ti-vol′tin, adj. having more than two annual broods—of silkworm moths and their larv.