quadruplex

[ kwod-roo-pleks, kwo-droo-pleks ]
/ ˈkwɒd rʊˌplɛks, kwɒˈdru plɛks /

adjective

fourfold; quadruple.
noting or pertaining to a system of telegraphy by which four messages may be transmitted simultaneously over one wire or communications channel.

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Origin of quadruplex

From Latin, dating back to 1870–75; see origin at quadru-, -plex
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British Dictionary definitions for quadruplex

quadruplex
/ (ˈkwɒdrʊˌplɛks, kwɒˈdruːplɛks) /

adjective

consisting of four parts; fourfold
denoting a type of television video tape recorder having four transversely rotating heads

Derived forms of quadruplex

quadruplicity (ˌkwɒdrʊˈplɪsɪtɪ), noun

Word Origin for quadruplex

C19: from Latin, from quadru- (see quadri-) + -plex -fold
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