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sextuplicate

[ noun, adjective seks-too-pli-kit, -tyoo-, -tuhp-li-; verb seks-too-pli-keyt, -tyoo-, -tuhp-li- ]
/ noun, adjective s蓻ks藞tu pl瑟 k瑟t, -藞tyu-, -藞t蕦p l瑟-; verb s蓻ks藞tu pl瑟藢ke瑟t, -藞tyu-, -藞t蕦p l瑟- /
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noun
a group, series, or set of six identical copies: The application is to be submitted in sextuplicate.
adjective
having or consisting of six identical parts; sixfold.
verb (used with object), sex路tu路pli路cat路ed, sex路tu路pli路cat路ing.
to make six copies of.
to make six times as great.
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Origin of sextuplicate

1650鈥60; sextu(ple) + -plicate, as in duplicate
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British Dictionary definitions for sextuplicate

sextuplicate

noun (s蓻ks藞tu藧pl蓹k瑟t, -藢ke瑟t, -藞tju藧-, -藞t蕦p-)
a group or set of six things, esp identical copies
adjective (s蓻ks藞tu藧pl蓹k瑟t, -藢ke瑟t, -藞tju藧-, -藞t蕦p-)
six times as many, much, or often
maths raised to the sixth power
verb (s蓻ks藞tu藧pl蓹藢ke瑟t, -藞tju藧-, -藞t蕦p-)
to multiply or become multiplied by six

Word Origin for sextuplicate

C20: from sextu (ple + du) plicate
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