[kwin-tuhp-lit, -too-plit, -tyoo-, kwin-too-plit, -tyoo-] /kwɪnˈtʌp lɪt, -ˈtu plɪt, -ˈtyu-, ˈkwɪn tʊ plɪt, -tyʊ-/
any group or combination of five, especially of the same kind.
quintuplets, five children or offspring born of one pregnancy.
one of five such children or offspring.
Music. a group of five notes of equal value performed in the time normally taken for four.
a group or set of five similar things
one of five offspring born at one birth Often shortened to quin
(music) a group of five notes to be played in a time value of three, four, or some other value
1873, “set of five things” (originally in music), from quintuple (adj.) with ending from triplet. In plural, “five children at one birth” it is recorded from 1889.
quintuplet quin·tu·plet (kwĭn-tŭp’lĭt, -tōō’plĭt, -tyōō’-, kwĭn’tə-plĭt)
[kwin-too-puh l, -tyoo-, -tuhp-uh l, kwin-too-puh l, -tyoo-] /kwɪnˈtu pəl, -ˈtyu-, -ˈtʌp əl, ˈkwɪn tʊ pəl, -tyʊ-/ adjective 1. fivefold; consisting of five parts. 2. five times as great or as much. 3. Music. having five beats to a measure. noun 4. a number, amount, etc., five times as great as another. verb (used with […]
[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)