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Mullis, Kary B.
▪ American chemist in full  Kary Banks Mullis   born Dec. 28, 1944, Lenoir, N.C., U.S.       American biochemist, cowinner of the 1993 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for ...
mullite
/mul"uyt/, n. a rare clay mineral, aluminum silicate, Al6Si2O13, produced artificially during various melting and firing processes: used as a refractory. Also called ...
mullock
—mullocky, adj. /mul"euhk/, n. 1. (in Australasia) refuse or rubbish, as rock or earth, from a mine; muck. 2. poke mullock at, Australian. to ridicule. [1350-1400; orig. dial. ...
mulloway
/mul"euh way'/, n. a large Australian saltwater fish, Sciaena antarctica. regarded as a culinary delicacy. [orig. uncert.] * * *
Mulready, William
▪ British painter born April 1, 1786, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland died July 7, 1863, London, England       genre painter best known for his scenes of rural life and ...
Mulroney
/mul roh"nee/, n. (Martin) Brian, born 1939, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1984-93. * * *
Mulroney, (Martin) Brian
born March 20, 1939, Baie-Comeau, Que., Can. Prime minister of Canada (1984–93). The son of an electrician in a paper-and-pulp town, he grew up bilingual in English and ...
Mulroney, (Martin)Brian
Mul·ro·ney (mŭl-rōʹnē, -ro͞oʹ-), (Martin) Brian. Born 1939. Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1984-1993). * * *
Mulroney, Brian
▪ prime minister of Canada in full  Martin Brian Mulroney   born March 20, 1939, Baie-Comeau, Que., Can.    Canadian politician, leader of the Progressive Conservative ...
mult-
var. of multi- before a vowel: multangular. * * *
Multan
/mool tahn"/, n. a city in E central Pakistan. 730,000. * * * City (pop., 1998: 1,182,000), central Pakistan, near the Chenab River. An ancient city, it was taken by Alexander ...
multangular
/mul tang"gyeuh leuhr/, adj. having many angles; polyangular. Also, multiangular /mul'tee ang"gyeuh leuhr, mul'tuy-/. [1670-80; < L multangul(us) many-cornered (see MULT-, ...
Multatuli
▪ Dutch author pseudonym of  Eduard Douwes Dekker   born March 2, 1820, Amsterdam, Neth. died Feb. 19, 1887, Nieder-Ingelheim, Ger.       one of The Netherlands' ...
multi
/mul"tee, -tuy/, n., pl. multis, adj. Informal. n. 1. a pattern of several colors or hues, usually in stripes: This dress comes in pink or green multi. adj. 2. multicolored. [by ...
multi-
a combining form meaning "many," "much," "multiple," "many times," "more than one," "more than two," "composed of many like parts," "in many respects," used in the formation of ...
multi-ply
/mul'tee pluy", mul'tuy-/, adj. having or composed of several plies: a multi-ply fabric. [1935-40] * * *
multi-scene control board
/mul"tee seen', mul"tuy-/. See preset board. * * *
multi-tasking
multi-tasking or multitasking [mul′ti task΄iŋ] n. Comput. the execution by a single central processing unit of two or more programs at once, either by simultaneous operation ...
multiareolate
adj. * * *
multiarticular
adj. * * *
multiarticulate
adj. * * *
multiauthored
adj. * * *
multiaxial
adj.; multiaxially, adv. * * *
multibirth
n. * * *
multiblade
n. * * *
multibladed
adj. * * *
multibranched
adj. * * *
multibranchiate
adj. * * *
multibusiness
adj. * * *
multicapitate
adj. * * *
multicapsular
adj. * * *
multicarinate
adj. * * *
multicarinated
adj. * * *
multicasting
n. * * *
multicelled
multicelled [spelling only] * * *
multicellular
/mul'tee sel"yeuh leuhr, mul'tuy-/, adj. composed of several or many cells. [1855-60; MULTI- + CELLULAR] * * *
multicellular organism
 an organism composed of many cells, which are to varying degrees integrated and independent. The development of multicellular organisms is accompanied by cellular ...
multicellularity
See multicellular. * * *
multicentral
adj.; multicentrally, adv. * * *
multicentric
adj. * * *
multichambered
multichambered [spelling only] * * *
multichannel
n., adj. * * *
multichanneled
adj. * * *
multichannelled
adj. * * *
multicharge
n. * * *
multichord
n. * * *
multichrome
n. * * *
multiciliate
adj. * * *
multiciliated
adj. * * *
multicircuit
n. * * *
multicircuited
adj. * * *
multicoated
adj. * * *
multicoil
/mul"ti koyl'/, adj. having more than one coil, as an electrical device. [MULTI- + COIL1] * * *
multicolor
/mul"ti kul'euhr/, adj. 1. of many colors; multicolored. 2. (of a printing press) capable of printing more than two colors simultaneously or in a single operation. n. 3. an ...
multicolored
/mul'ti kul"euhrd, mul"ti kul'euhrd/, adj. of several or many colors. [1835-45; MULTI- + COLORED] * * *
multicomponent
multicomponent [spelling only] * * *
multiconductor
adj. * * *
multiconic
adj. * * *
multicordate
adj., n. * * *
multicore
n. * * *
multicorneal
adj. * * *
multicostate
adj. * * *
multicourse
n. * * *
multicultural
/mul'tee kul"cheuhr euhl, mul'tuy-/, adj. of, pertaining to, or representing several different cultures or cultural elements: a multicultural society. [1940-45; MULTI- + ...
multiculturalism
/mul'tee kul"cheuhr euh liz'euhm, mul'tuy-/, n. 1. the state or condition of being multicultural. 2. the preservation of different cultures or cultural identities within a ...
multiculturalist
See multiculturalism. * * *
multiculture
n. * * *
multicuspid
n. * * *
multicuspidate
adj. * * *
multicuspidated
adj. * * *
multicylinder
/mul'tee sil"in deuhr, mul'tuy-/, adj. having more than one cylinder, as an internal-combustion or steam engine. Also, multicylindered. [1900-05; MULTI- + CYLINDER] * * *
multidenominational
multidenominational [spelling only] * * *
multidentate
/mul'tee den"tayt, mul'tuy-/, adj. having several or many teeth or toothlike processes. [1810-20; MULTI- + DENTATE] * * *
multidigitate
adj. * * *
multidimensionality
See multidimensional. * * *
multidirectional
/mul'tee di rek"sheuh nl, -duy rek"-, mul'tuy-/, adj. extending or operating in several directions at the same time; functioning or going in more than one direction: a ...
multidisciplinary
/mul'tee dis"euh pleuh ner'ee, mul'tuy-/, adj. composed of or combining several usually separate branches of learning or fields of expertise: a multidisciplinary study of the ...
multidwelling
n. adj. * * *
multiengine
n. * * *
multiengined
adj. * * *
multiethnic
/mul'tee eth"nik, mul'tuy-/, adj. involving or pertaining to two or more distinct ethnic groups. [1965-70; MULTI- + ETHNIC] * * *
multiexhaust
n. * * *
multifaced
adj. * * *
multifaceted
/mul'tee fas"i tid, mul'tuy-/, adj. 1. having many facets, as a gem. 2. having many aspects or phases: a multifaceted problem. [1865-70; MULTI- + FACETED] * * *
multifactorial
—multifactorially, adv. /mul'tee fak tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-, mul'tuy-/, adj. having or stemming from a number of different causes or influences: Some medical researchers regard ...
multifactorial inheritance
Genetics. See polygenic inheritance. [1955-60] * * *
multifactorially
See multifactorial. * * *
multifaith
adj. * * *
multifamily
/mul'tee fam"euh lee, -fam"lee, mul'tuy-/, adj. designed or suitable for the use of several or many families: multifamily apartment buildings. [MULTI- + FAMILY] * * *
multifarious
—multifariously, adv. —multifariousness, n. /mul'teuh fair"ee euhs/, adj. 1. having many different parts, elements, forms, etc. 2. numerous and varied; greatly diverse or ...
multifariously
See multifarious. * * *
multifariousness
See multifariously. * * *
multifeatured
adj. * * *
multifibered
adj. * * *
multifibrous
adj. * * *
multifid
—multifidly, adv. /mul"teuh fid/, adj. cleft into many parts, divisions, or lobes. [1745-55; < L multifidus divided into many parts. See MULTI-, -FID] * * *
multifilament
/mul'teuh fil"euh meuhnt/, adj. 1. having two or more filaments: multifilament yarn. n. 2. Also, multifil /mul"teuh fil/. yarn constructed of a number of filaments in excess of ...
multifistular
adj. * * *
multifistulous
adj. * * *
multiflagellate
adj. * * *
multiflora
/mul'teuh flawr"euh, -flohr"euh/, n. any of several plant varieties or hybrids characterized by many single, relatively small flowers, as certain kinds of petunias or ...
multiflora rose
a climbing or trailing rose, Rosa multiflora, of Japan and Korea, having hooked prickles and fragrant, dense clusters of flowers. [1820-30; multiflora < NL, fem. of ML ...
multiflorarose
mul·ti·flo·ra rose (mŭl'tə-flôrʹə, -flōrʹə) n. A climbing or sprawling shrub (Rosa multiflora) of eastern Asia, having clusters of small fragrant flowers. It is the ...
multiflorous
/mul'teuh flawr"euhs, -flohr"-/, adj. Bot. bearing many flowers, as a peduncle. [1750-60; < ML multiflorus. See MULTI-, -FLOROUS] * * *
multifocal
/mul'tee foh"keuhl, mul'tuy-/, adj. 1. having several focuses. 2. (of an eyeglass lens) having several focusing areas that correct for both nearsightedness and ...
multifoil
/mul"teuh foyl'/, Archit. n. 1. a foil, esp. one having more than five lobes. adj. 2. (of an arch, window opening, etc.) having the form of a foil with more than five ...
multifold
/mul"teuh fohld'/, adj. numerous and varied; greatly diverse; manifold. [1800-10; MULTI- + -FOLD] * * *
multifoliate
/mul'teuh foh"lee it, -ayt'/, adj. Bot. having many leaves or leaflets. [1855-60; MULTI- + FOLIATE] * * *
multiform
—multiformity /mul'teuh fawr"mi tee/, n. /mul"teuh fawrm'/, adj. having many different shapes, forms, or kinds. [1595-1605; < L multiformis. See MULTI-, -FORM] * * *
multiformity
See multiform. * * *
multifunction
adj. * * *
multifunctional
adj. * * *
multifurcate
adj. * * *
multiganglionic
adj. * * *
multigauge
adj. * * *
multigenerational
/mul'tee jen'euh ray"sheuh nl, mul'tuy-/, adj. of or pertaining to several generations, as of a family, or society: a multigenerational novel covering 300 years. [MULTI- + ...
multiglazed
adj. * * *
multigrade
adj. * * *
multigrain
n., adj. * * *
multigranular
adj. * * *
multigranulated
adj. * * *
Multigraph
/mul"ti graf', -grahf'/ 1. Trademark. a brand name for a rotary typesetting and printing machine, commonly used in making many copies of written matter. v.t., v.i. 2. (l.c.) to ...
multigravida
—multigravidity /mul'ti greuh vid"i tee/, n. /mul'ti grav"i deuh/, n., pl. multigravidas, multigravidae /-dee'/. Obstet. a pregnant woman who has been pregnant two or more ...
multigyrate
adj. * * *
multihead
n. * * *
multihearth
n. * * *
multihospital
adj. * * *
multihued
adj. * * *
multihull
/mul"tee hul', mul"tuy-/, adj. 1. (of a vessel) having more than one hull joined by a single deck. n. 2. a multihull vessel, as distinguished from a monohull vessel. [1955-60; ...
multijet
n. * * *
multijugate
adj. * * *
multilaciniate
adj. * * *
multilamellar
adj. * * *
multilamellate
adj. * * *
multilaminar
adj. * * *
multilaminate
adj. * * *
multilaminated
adj. * * *
multilane
n., adj. * * *
multilateral
—multilateralism, n. —multilateralist, adj., n. —multilaterally, adv. /mul'ti lat"euhr euhl/, adj. 1. having several or many sides; many-sided. 2. participated in by more ...
multilateralism
See multilateral. * * *
multilateralist
See multilateralism. * * *
multilateralize
—multilateralization, n. /mul'ti lat"euhr euh luyz'/, v.t., multilateralized, multilateralizing. to open to participation by several nations, organizations, etc.: to ...
multilaterally
See multilateralism. * * *
multilayer
adj. /mul'tee lay"euhr, mul'tuy-/; n. /mul"ti lay'euhr/, adj. 1. multilayered. n. 2. Physical Chem. a film consisting of two or more monolayers of different substances. [1920-25; ...
multilayered
/mul'tee lay"euhrd, mul'tuy-, mul"tee lay'euhrd, mul"tuy-/, adj. 1. having two or more layers. 2. offering several viewpoints, solutions, degrees of complexity, etc.: the ...
multilevel
/mul'ti lev"euhl/, adj. having different levels or planes: a multilevel stage set. Also, multileveled. [1950-55; MULTI- + LEVEL] * * *
multilighted
adj. * * *
multiline insurer
/mul"ti luyn'/ an insurance company that is engaged in more than two fields of insurance. [MULTI- + LINE1] * * *
multilineal
adj. * * *
multilinear
multilinear [spelling only] * * *
multilinear form
/mul"ti lin"ee euhr, mul'ti-/, Math. a function or functional of several variables such that when all variables but one are held fixed, the function is linear in the remaining ...
multilingual
—multilingually, adv. —multilingualism, n. /mul'tee ling"gweuhl, mul'tuy-/ or, Can., /-ling"gyooh euhl/, adj. 1. using or able to speak several or many languages with some ...
multilingualism
See multilingual. * * *
Multilith
/mul"ti lith/ 1. Trademark. a brand name for a small photo-offset printing machine. v.t., v.i. 2. (l.c.) to print with such a machine. * * * also called  Lithograph, ...
multilobar
adj. * * *
multilobate
adj. * * *
multilobe
n. * * *
multilobed
adj. * * *
multilobular
/mul'ti lob"yeuh leuhr/, adj. having several or many lobules. [1870-75; MULTI- + LOBULAR] * * *
multilocation
/mul'tee loh kay"sheuhn, mul'tuy-/, n. the state or power of being in more than two places at the same time. Cf. bilocation. [MULTI- + LOCATION] * * *
multilocular
/mul'ti lok"yeuh leuhr/, adj. having or consisting of many cells or vesicles. [1805-15; MULTI- + LOCULAR] * * *
multimacular
adj. * * *
multimarket
adj. * * *
multimedia
—multimedial, adj. /mul'tee mee"dee euh, mul'tuy-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. the combined use of several media, as sound and full-motion video in computer ...
multimegaton
n. * * *
multimetallic
adj. * * *
multimeter
/mul tim"i teuhr/, n. Elect. a device consisting of one or more meters, as an ammeter and voltmeter, used to measure two or more electrical quantities in an electric circuit, as ...
multimillion
n. * * *
multimillionaire
/mul'tee mil'yeuh nair", mul'tuy-/, n. a person who possesses a fortune that amounts to many millions of dollars, francs, etc. [1855-60, Amer.; MULTI- + MILLIONAIRE] * * *
multimodal
/mul'tee mohd"l, mul'tuy-/, adj. 1. having more than one mode. 2. Statistics. having more than one modal value: a multimodal distribution. 3. Transp. intermodal. [1900-05; MULTI- ...
multimode
adj. * * *
multimolecular
adj. * * *
multimotor
n. * * *
multimotored
adj. * * *
multinational
—multinationalism, n. —multinationally, adv. /mul'tee nash"euh nl, mul'tuy-/, n. 1. a large corporation with operations and subsidiaries in several countries. adj. 2. of, ...
Multinational and Regional Organizations
▪ 2009       In mid-November 2008, leaders of the Group of 20 (G-20) major advanced and emerging economies met in Washington, D.C., to discuss the growing global ...
multinational corporation
Any corporation registered and operating in more than one country at a time, usually with its headquarters in a single country. A firm's advantages in establishing itself ...
multinationalism
See multinational. * * *
multinervate
adj. * * *
multinodal
adj. * * *
multinodous
adj. * * *
multinodular
adj. * * *
multinomial
/mul'ti noh"mee euhl/, n. Algebra. Now Rare. polynomial (def. 3c). [1600-10; MULTI- + -nomial, on the model of POLYNOMIAL, BINOMIAL] * * *
multinomialtheorem
multinomial theorem n. The theorem that establishes the rule for forming the terms of the nth power of a sum of numbers in terms of products of powers of those numbers. * * *
multinominal
/mul'ti nom"euh nl/, adj. having several or many names. [1650-60; MULTI- + NOMINAL] * * *
multinuclear
adj. * * *
multinucleate
adj. * * *
multinucleolar
adj. * * *
multinucleolate
adj. * * *
multiorgan
adj. * * *
multiovular
adj. * * *
multiovulate
adj. * * *
multiovulated
adj. * * *
multipack
/mul"ti pak'/, n. a packaged item containing two or more products sold as a unit. [MULTI- + PACK1] * * *
multipara
/mul tip"euhr euh/, n., pl. multiparas, multiparae /-euh ree'/. Obstet. a woman who has borne two or more children, or who is parturient for the second time. [1870-75; n. use of ...
multiparity
See multiparous. * * *
multiparous
—multiparity /mul'ti par"i tee/, n. /mul tip"euhr euhs/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a multipara. 2. producing more than one at a birth. 3. Bot. (of a cyme) having many lateral ...
multipart
adj. * * *
multipartite
/mul'ti pahr"tuyt/, adj. 1. divided into several or many parts; having several or many divisions. 2. multilateral (def. 2). [1715-25; < L multipartitus divided into many parts. ...
multiparty
/mul'tee pahr"tee, mul'tuy-/, adj. of or pertaining to more than two political parties. [1905-10; MULTI- + PARTY] * * *
multipath
n. * * *
multiped
/mul"ti ped'/, adj. having many feet. Also, multipede /mul"ti peed'/. [1595-1605; < L multiped- (s. of multipes) many-footed. See MULTI-, -PED] * * *
multiperforate
adj. * * *
multiperforated
adj. * * *
multiperil
adj., n. * * *
multiperson
adj. * * *
multipersonal
adj. * * *
multiphase
/mul"ti fayz'/, adj. having many phases, stages, aspects, or the like. Also, multiphasic. [1885-90; MULTI- + PHASE] * * *
multiphasic
multiphasic [mul΄tē fā′zik] adj. of, characterized by, or involving various phases, aspects, stages, etc. [multiphasic testing] * * *
multipiece
adj. * * *
multipinnate
adj. * * *
multiplated
adj. * * *
multiple
/mul"teuh peuhl/, adj. 1. consisting of, having, or involving several or many individuals, parts, elements, relations, etc.; manifold. 2. Elect. a. (of circuits) arranged in ...
multiple alleles
—multiple allelism. Genetics. a series of three or more alternative or allelic forms of a gene, only two of which can exist in any normal, diploid individual. [1935-40] * * *
multiple birth
Birth of more than one child from one pregnancy. Twins are most common, born in 1 of about every 80 pregnancies. Identical twins develop from a single fertilized egg, which ...
multiple cropping
Agric. the use of the same field for two or more crops, whether of the same or of different kinds, successively during a single year. * * *
multiple drill
a drilling machine having a number of vertical spindles for drilling several holes in a piece simultaneously. Cf. gang drill. * * *
multiple factors
Genetics. a series of two or more pairs of genes responsible for the development of complex, quantitative characters, as size or yield. [1910-15] * * *
multiple fission
Biol. fission into more than two new organisms. Cf. binary fission. [1910-15] * * *
multiple fruit
multiple fruit n. a false fruit formed by a fused cluster of the ovaries of several flowers, as a pineapple or mulberry * * *
multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle
Mil. a reentry vehicle that breaks up into several nuclear warheads, each capable of reaching a different target. Abbr.: MIRV, M.I.R.V. * * *
multiple integral
Math. an integral in which the integrand involves a function of more than one variable and which requires for evaluation repetition of the integration process. [1835-45] * * ...
multiple listing
the listing of a home for sale with a number of real-estate brokers who participate in a shared listing service. * * *
Multiple Mirror Telescope
Astron. a reflecting telescope on Mount Hopkins, in Arizona, that features six computer-linked mirrors set on a single mount. Abbr.: MMT * * * ▪ instrument       one of ...
multiple myeloma
Pathol. a malignant plasma cell tumor of the bone marrow that destroys bone tissue. [1895-1900; MYEL- + -OMA] * * * ▪ pathology also called  plasma cell myeloma  or ...
multiple neuritis
Pathol. polyneuritis. * * *
multiple personality
Psychiatry. a rare disorder in which an individual displays several functionally dissociated personalities, each of a complexity comparable to that of a normal individual. Also ...
multiple personality disorder
multiple personality disorder n. a dissociative mental disorder characterized by the existence in a person of two or more distinct, independent personalities, any of which may ...
multiple proportions, law of
▪ chemistry       statement that when two elements combine with each other to form more than one compound, the weights of one element that combine with a fixed weight of ...
multiple reentry vehicle
Mil. a reentry vehicle equipped with multiple warheads that cannot be directed to separate targets. Abbr.: MRV, M.R.V. * * *
multiple sclerosis
Pathol. a chronic degenerative, often episodic disease of the central nervous system marked by patchy destruction of the myelin that surrounds and insulates nerve fibers, usually ...
multiple setting
▪ stage design also called  simultaneous setting , French  décor simultané        staging technique used in medieval drama, in which all the scenes were ...
multiple shop
Brit. See chain store. Also called multiple store. [1905-10] * * *
multiple souls
▪ religion       widely distributed notion, especially in central and northern Asia and Indonesia, that an individual's life and personality are made up of a complex set ...
multiple star
Astron. three or more stars lying close together in the celestial sphere and usually united in a single gravitational system. [1840-50] * * *
multiple voting
the casting of ballots in more than one constituency in one election, as in England before the election reform of 1918. [1900-05] * * *
multiple-choice
/mul"teuh peuhl choys"/, adj. 1. consisting of several possible answers from which the correct one must be selected: a multiple-choice question. 2. made up of multiple-choice ...
multiple-unit car
/mul"teuh peuhl yooh"nit/ a self-propelled railroad car, generally used in commuting service, equipped so that a train of such cars can be operated from any one of them. Also ...
multiple-valued
/mul"teuh peuhl val"yoohd/, adj. Math. many-valued. [1880-85] * * *
multiple-valued function
Math. function (def. 4b). * * *
multipleallele
multiple allele n. Any of a set of three or more alleles, or alternative states of a gene, only two of which can be present in a diploid organism. * * *
multiplechemical sensitivity
multiple chemical sensitivity n. Abbr. MCS See chemical sensitivity. * * *
multiplefactor
multiple factor n. See polygene. * * *
multiplefruit
multiple fruit n. A fruit, such as a fig, mulberry, or pineapple, derived from several flowers that are combined into a single structure. * * *
multiplemyeloma
multiple myeloma n. A malignant proliferation of plasma cells in bone marrow causing numerous tumors and characterized by the presence of abnormal proteins in the blood. * * *
multipleneuritis
multiple neuritis n. Inflammation of several nerves at one time, as in leprosy. Also called polyneuritis. * * *
multiplepersonality
multiple personality n. A highly disputed psychological disorder in which a person exhibits two or more disassociated personalities, each functioning as a distinct entity. Also ...
multiplesclerosis
multiple sclerosis n. Abbr. MS A chronic autoimmune disease of the central nervous system in which gradual destruction of myelin occurs in patches throughout the brain or spinal ...
multiplestar
multiple star n. A group of three or more stars, usually with a common gravitational center, that appear as one to the unaided eye. * * *
multiplestore
multiple store n. Chiefly British A chain store. * * *

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