polyvoltine

[ pol-ee-vohl-teen, -tn ]
/ ˌpɒl iˈvoʊl tin, -tn /

adjective

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Origin of polyvoltine

1885–90; poly- + -voltine < French voltin, equivalent to Italian volt(a) turn, time (see volt2) + French -in -ine1
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