Inchransitive Verb Investigation #17: ‘məɫtʰəpl̥aj

I multiply.

I obtain a number from another which contains the first number a specified number of times.

I get an arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations, from another, which holds within it the earlier arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations, a clearly and precisely stated amount of instances.

I obtain a numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, from another, which contains within it the numerical amount occurring at the beginning of the sequence denoted by an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, a quantity of single occurrences expressed in speech or writing clearly and without vagueness.

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