### multiplicity

• n. 多样性；[物] 多重性
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multiplicity 多样性

multiplicity (n.)
mid-15c., from Middle French multiplicité, from Late Latin multiplicitas "manifoldness, multiplicity," from Latin multiplic- (see multiple). Related: Multiplicitous.
1. This situation can be influenced by a multiplicity of different factors.

2. This machine can perform multiplicity of tasks.

3. We are forced to use a multiplicity of separate detector arrays.

4. The time interval between the shots depends on the degree of multiplicity.

5. The proper count of the multiplicity was settled by Georges - Henri Halphen in 1873.