[ US /tɹɪˈpɫɛks/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈɪplɛks/ ]
  1. having three units or components or elements
    overcrowding made triple sessions necessary
    a treble row of red beads
    triple time has three beats per measure
    a ternary operation
    triplex windows
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How To Use triplex In A Sentence

  • He helped us convert the home into a triplex that we could rent out.
  • Duplexes must cost no more than $135,000, triplexes less than $185,000, fourplexes under $190,000 and a fiveplex must come in under $205,000.
  • He said he wants to see a moratorium on housing demolition and the construction of triplexes until the impact of the increased density allowances are better understood by council and area residents.
  • De Aethiopia intratur in Indiam, mediam, nam triplex est videlicet infima, quæ in quibusdam suis partibus est nimis frigida ad inhabitandum: Media quæ satis temperata est, et superior, quæ nimis calida. The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • The five centimetres of the lacquered triplex door were the only degrees separating the two from each other now.
  • They looked on in disbelief at the once-majestic greystone triplex across from Fletcher's Field: the triplex on one of the city's most fashionable streets had fallen inexplicably into an advanced state of disrepair.
  • It took him two hours to cut the pattern into the turf using a fairway mower for the stripes and a triplex tee mower for the stars.
  • Atriplex spilled toll left of this line it?
  • I'm sure lots of lesbians have no problem having cars, cash, triplexes or being part of this system, but why is it that so many of us do?
  • Diplexed and triplexed types have a single cable input which is selectively split to the outlet sockets.
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