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multipolar

 [mul″tĭ-po´ler]
having more than two poles or processes.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr),
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr)
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.

multipolar

having more than two poles or processes.
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