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mul·ti·tu·di·nous  audio  (mlt-tdn-s, -tyd-) KEY 

ADJECTIVE:
  1. Very numerous; existing in great numbers.
  2. Consisting of many parts.
  3. Populous; crowded.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin multitd, multitdin-, multitude ; see multitude

OTHER FORMS:
multi·tudi·nous·ly(Adverb), multi·tudin·ous·ness(Noun)


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