[muhl-ti-tood, -tyood] /ˈmʌl tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud/
a great number; host:
a multitude of friends.
a great number of people gathered together; crowd; throng.
the state or character of being many; numerousness.
the multitude, the common people; the masses.
a large gathering of people
the multitude, the common people
a large number
the state or quality of being numerous
early 14c., from Old French multitude (12c.) and directly from Latin multitudinem (nominative multitudo) “a great number, a crowd; the crowd, the common people,” from multus “many, much” (see multi-) + suffix -tudo (see -tude). Related: Multitudes.
[muhl-ti-tood-n-uh s, -tyood-] /ˌmʌl tɪˈtud n əs, -ˈtyud-/ adjective 1. forming a or great number; existing, occurring, or present in great numbers; very numerous. 2. comprising many items, parts, or elements. 3. Archaic. crowded or thronged. /ˌmʌltɪˈtjuːdɪnəs/ adjective 1. very numerous 2. (rare) great in extent, variety, etc 3. (poetic) crowded adj. c.1600, first in […]
[yoo-nit] /ˈyu nɪt/ noun 1. a single thing or person. 2. any group of things or persons regarded as an entity: They formed a cohesive unit. 3. one of the individuals or groups that together constitute a whole; one of the parts or elements into which a whole may be divided or analyzed. 4. one […]
[verb yooz or for pt for mof 9, yoost; noun yoos] /verb yuz or for pt for mof 9, yust; noun yus/ verb (used with object), used, using. 1. to employ for some purpose; put into service; make use of: to use a knife. 2. to avail oneself of; apply to one’s own purposes: to […]
adjective 1. (of a computer) capable of being used by several people at once operating system A term describing an operating system or application program that can be used by several people concurrently; opposite of single-user. Unix is an example of a multi-user operating system, whereas most (but not all) versions of Microsoft Windows are […]