Synonyms for Multiplied:
magnified, enlarged, swollen, augmented, larger, additional, increased, extended, inflated, expanded, elevated.
repeated, Aggregated, added, augmented, reproduced, increased, reduplicated, Amplified, compounded, Duplicated.
n.reproduced, repeated, compounded, made many, reduplicated, Aggregated. •multiplied (noun)
thought, supposed, systematized, estimated, programmed, Surmised, Approximated, plotted, concluded, Inferred, Appraised, Assessed, Counted, quantified, Weighed, ranked, considered, evaluated, Deduced, Reckoned, Guessed, measured, Accounted, determined, figured, calculated, scheduled, Enumerated, Tallied, totaled, valued, Schemed, Scored, studied, Judged, Triangulated, planned, Computed, added, Gauged, rationalized, divided, Summed, quantized, presumed, Rated.
creased, Duplicated, folded, bifurcated.
increased, Grew, accrued, lengthened, upgraded, Widened, Broadened, expanded, Boosted, grown, augmented, advanced, maximized, burgeoned, elevated, Heightened, incremented, magnified, inflated, extended, fattened, raised, Amplified, enlarged, reinforced.
Usage examples for multiplied
When the space between the walls was not too wide, these slabs bridged it over at a single stretch; otherwise the roof had to be supported at intervals, and the wider the space the more these supports needed to be multiplied – Manual Of Egyptian Archaeology And Guide To The Study Of Antiquities In Egypt by Gaston Camille Charles Maspero
Some absurdly teach, that an abstract number is necessarily expressed by " a singular noun," with only a singular meaning; that such a number, when multiplied is always, of itself the subject of the assertion; and, consequently, that the verb must be singular, as agreeing only with this " singular noun." – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
He did not see that he had passed clear of the menacing hulk- that his slow crawling had been multiplied in results by the fact that the termite guard had finally, stopped trying to turn in the narrow passage and had rushed ahead into the Queen's chamber, to turn there and come dashing back. – The Raid on the Termites by Paul Ernst