Definitions
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 n. One of the products arising from the multiplication of two or more values by the same value.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
 adj. Multiplied by the same number or quantity.
 n. One of the products arising from the multiplication of two or more quantities by the same number or quantity. Thus, seven times 2, or 14, and seven times 4, or 28, are equimultiples of 2 and 4.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
 Produced by multiplication by the same number or quantity; divisible by the same number or quantity.
 n. In arithmetic and geometry, one of two or more numbers or quantities produced by multiplying other numbers or quantities by the same number or quantity; one of two or more numbers or quantities divisible by the same number or quantity: as, mA, mB are equimultiples of A and B.
Etymologies
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equi + multiple
Examples

THEOREM IF foor magnittidei rM, N  O, P,) are proportional: then any equimultiple!
Instructions given in the drawing school established by the Dublin society
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