\\“+\ adjective
Etymology: probably from (assumed) New Latin multiseriatus, from New Latin multi- + (assumed) New Latin seriatus seriate
: consisting of or arranged in several or many series

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multisēˈrial or multisēˈriate adjective
In many rows
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Main Entry:multi-

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