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septuple

[ sep-too-puhl, -tyoo-, sep-too-puhl, -tyoo-, -tuhp-uhl ]
/ ˈsɛp tʊ pəl, -tyʊ-, sɛpˈtu pəl, -ˈtyu-, -ˈtʌp əl /
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adjective
sevenfold; consisting of seven parts.
verb (used with object), sep·tu·pled, sep·tu·pling.
to make seven times as great.
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Origin of septuple

1605–15; <Late Latin septuplus, derivative of Latin septemseven, on the model of duplusduple, quadruplusquadruple
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British Dictionary definitions for septuple

septuple
/ (ˈsɛptjʊpəl) /

adjective
seven times as much or many; sevenfold
consisting of seven parts or members
verb
(tr) to multiply by seven

Word Origin for septuple

C17: from Late Latin septuplus, from septem seven; compare quadruple
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