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triplex

[ trip-leks, trahy-pleks ]
/ ˈtrɪp lɛks, ˈtraɪ plɛks /
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adjective
threefold; triple.
noun
something triple.
Music. triple time.
an apartment having three floors.
a multiplex of three theaters or movie houses.
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Origin of triplex

1595–1605; <Latin triplex (stem triplic-) threefold, equivalent to tri-tri- + -plex-plex
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British Dictionary definitions for triplex (1 of 2)

triplex
/ (ˈtrɪplɛks) /

adjective
a less common word for triple

Word Origin for triplex

C17: from Latin: threefold, from tri- + -plex -fold

British Dictionary definitions for triplex (2 of 2)

Triplex
/ (ˈtrɪplɛks) /

noun
trademark British a laminated safety glass, as used in car windows
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