Etymology
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multiplicative (adj.)

"tending to multiply or increase," 1650s, from Medieval Latin multiplicativus, from multiplicat-, past-participle stem of Latin multiplicare "to multiply, increase" (see multiply).

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Definitions of multiplicative

multiplicative (adj.)
tending or having the power to multiply or increase in number or quantity or degree;
the multiplicative tendency of proportional representation
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