[kwin-too-puh l, -tyoo-, -tuhp-uh l, kwin-too-puh l, -tyoo-] /kwɪnˈtu pəl, -ˈtyu-, -ˈtʌp əl, ˈkwɪn tʊ pəl, -tyʊ-/
fivefold; consisting of five parts.
five times as great or as much.
Music. having five beats to a measure.
a number, amount, etc., five times as great as another.
verb (used with or without object), quintupled, quintupling.
to make or become five times as great.
to multiply by five
five times as much or as many; fivefold
consisting of five parts
a quantity or number five times as great as another
1560s, from French quintuple (15c.), from Late Latin quintuplex, from Latin quintus “fifth” (related to quinque “five;” see quinque-) on model of quadruple. Related: Quintuplicate.
1630s, from quintuple (adj.) or from French quintupler (v.). Related: Quintupled; quintupling.
[noun, adjective kwin-too-pli-kit, -tyoo-; verb kwin-too-pli-keyt, -tyoo-] /noun, adjective kwɪnˈtu plɪ kɪt, -ˈtyu-; verb kwɪnˈtu plɪˌkeɪt, -ˈtyu-/ noun 1. a group, series, or set of five copies or identical items, especially copies of typewritten matter. adjective 2. noting or consisting of five identical parts; fivefold. 3. pertaining to a fifth item or copy of something. […]
[kwin-too-pleks, -tyoo-, kwin-too-pleks, -tyoo-, -tuhp-leks] /ˈkwɪn tʊˌplɛks, -tyʊ-, kwɪnˈtu plɛks, -ˈtyu-, -ˈtʌp lɛks/ adjective 1. fivefold; .
- Quintus prolog
language, product A version of Prolog developed by Quintus. Development of Quintus Prolog had transferred to the Swedish Institute of Computer Science by December 1998. (ftp://ftp.quintus.com/). Telephone: +1 (800) 542 1283. [More details? Features?] (1998-12-12)
[keen-wah] /ˈkin wɑ/ noun 1. .