from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Multiplied by four; quadruple.
- adj. Fourth in a group of four identical things.
- n. One of a group of four identical things.
- transitive v. To multiply or be multiplied four times.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. having four parts
- n. in quadruplicate: four times over, in four copies
- v. To replicate four times
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fourfold; doubled twice; four times repeated.
- adj. Raised to the fourth power.
- transitive v. To make fourfold; to double twice; to quadruple.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make fourfold; double twice.
- Fourfold; four times repeated: as, a quadruplicate ratio or proportion. Also quadriplicated.
- n. One of four things corresponding in all respects to one another, or to a common original.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any four copies; any of four things that correspond to one another exactly
- v. reproduce fourfold
- adj. having four units or components
In time he returns, and fills out a FIM, a ticket-sized little form that comes in quadruplicate, in a laborious manner that suggests he has never seen one before and is a bit suspicious about the use of ink-based writing implements.
Zachary Nixion Johnson has problems in quadruplicate, in the form of four super powered sisters.
We didn't send out forms in quadruplicate or say that a certain number of literacy coaches or that many math tutorials had to happen.
Each claim shall be filed in quadruplicate with the war agency with respect to whose contracts and subcontracts claim for loss is made.
A list in quadruplicate, typed, single space, in Spanish.
Well, the visa-issuing bureaucracy has only just creaked into a world where paper forms are no longer sent out with three sheets of carbon paper to be completed and filed in quadruplicate.
I plan to go armed with all the documents I think they may require, in quadruplicate.
In sum, if forms that should have been filled out in triplicate were, wastefully, filled out in quadruplicate, or alternatively, filled out malfeasantly in duplicate, I will leave no stone unturned to identify the culprits.
She had written her phone number down in triplicate, quadruplicate, octuplicate, on little pieces of paper that she had pinned to his shirt in a safety jacket pattern to protect him on his walk home.
The dark side of the growth is that significant gaps remain for top ranking journals and serials, and the number of duplicate, triplicate and quadruplicate records for the same source documents (which Google Scholar cannot detect reliably) has increased