Meaning of manifold
Pronunciation: (man'u-fōld"), [key]
- of many kinds; numerous and varied: manifold duties.
- having numerous different parts, elements, features, forms, etc.: a manifold program for social reform.
- using, functioning with, or operating several similar or identical devices at the same time.
- (of paper business forms) made up of a number of sheets interleaved with carbon paper.
- being such or so designated for many reasons: a manifold enemy.
- something having many different parts or features.
- a copy or facsimile, as of something written, such as is made by manifolding.
- any thin, inexpensive paper for making carbon copies on a typewriter.
- a chamber having several outlets through which a liquid or gas is distributed or gathered.
- (in Kantian epistemology) the totality of discrete items of experience as presented to the mind; the constituents of a sensory experience.
- a topological space that is connected and locally Euclidean. Cf.
- to make copies of, as with carbon paper.
- manifold (Thesaurus)