Definition of "quadruplex" []

  • Consisting of four parts; fourfold (adjective)
  • Denoting a type of television video tape recorder having four transversely rotating heads (adjective)
  • A residential building containing four separate units (noun)
  • Having four components. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Of or relating to a system in telegraphy by which four messages can be sent on one wire simultaneously. (adjective)
  • A quadruplex system (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "quadruplex" in a sentence
  • "The quadruplex was the tempting goal toward which Edison now constantly turned, and after more than a year's strenuous work he filed a number of applications for patents in the late summer of 1874."
  • "Thus by combining instruments that respond only to variation in the strength of current from the distant station, with instruments that respond only to the change in the direction of current from the distant station, and by grouping a pair of these at each end of the line, the quadruplex is the result."
  • "Note 32: The edition I will be using is that of 1624, Bibliotheca mundi Vincentii Burgundi … Speculum quadruplex, naturale, doctrinale, morale, historiale (Douai, Balthazar Bellerus)."