What is another word for septuple?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛptuːpə͡l] (IPA)

Septuple is a term that refers to a sevenfold increase or multiplication of something. Synonyms for septuple include seven times, sevenfold, and sevenfold increase. Other words that can be used as alternatives to septuple are multiply by seven, increase by a factor of seven, magnify by seven times, or boost by seven-fold. The term septuple is often used in mathematical and scientific contexts to describe the magnitude of a change or growth. Using synonyms for septuple can help to add variety and clarity to your writing, while also enhancing your vocabulary and communication skills.

What are the hypernyms for Septuple?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    manifold, multiple, multiplex, multiplied, sevenfold, multiplexed, augmented_sevenfold, augmented_to_seven_times, enhanced_sevenfold, increased_to_sevenfold, multiplied_by, multiplied_by_seven, multiplied_into, multiplied_to, seven_times, seven_times_over.

What are the opposite words for septuple?

Septuple refers to multiplying something by seven or occurring seven times. Similarly, the word septet is used for a group of seven people or things. The antonym for septuple is much simpler, which would be divided by seven or occurring one-seventh. It refers to taking a whole and dividing it into seven equal parts. Another antonym for septuple is singled, which means to occur or exist as one. Singled is the opposite of the multiplication or the occurrence of something in seven. Other antonyms for septuple might include words like individual, one-fold, or singular. All these words are opposite to septuple in meaning and context.

What are the antonyms for Septuple?

Usage examples for Septuple

The name septuple, sometimes applied to this system, refers to the fact that the number of trees in each group-unit is seven.
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