Definition Of multiplex

adjective

a movie theater with several separate screens.

Not only are such outlets the necessary gateways into the riches of world cinema and film history, they also balance the multiplexes and boutique art-house cinemas that so dominate the film landscape in any country.

a system or signal involving simultaneous transmission of several messages along a single channel of communication.

Are you running into a lot of constraints among operators who are devoting digital bandwidth to multiplexes and additional pay-per-view channels?

consisting of many elements in a complex relationship.

multiplex ties of work and friendship

incorporate into a multiplex signal or system.

An internal pattern calibration circuit is multiplexed to the first signal and used for generating a plurality of second parameters for calibration of close loop.

Example Of multiplex

  • multiplex ties of work and friendship

  • A 10-screen multiplex cinema would be brought to the town, a new department store and 1,000-space multi storey car park.

  • A previous plan for a double fronted ‘mirror’ building with a multiplex cinema, a family entertainments centre and a pub-restaurant, has been on the shelf since it was approved six years ago.

  • And don't be alarmed by the mention of electronics, multiplex cabling does away with the mountains of wire that strangled the XM.

  • At a multiplex in Times Square in New York, the viewers' verdict on the opening day of the movie was unanimous - all shows were sold out.


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