Concise Oxford English Dictionary © 2008 Oxford University Press: times/tʌɪmz/ ▶verb (timeses, timesing, timesed) informal multiply (a number). – origin late 20th cent.: use as a verb of times expressing multiplication. http://www.wordreference.com/de...n/times_square ''... when the denominator was ***timesed*** by three, the same had to be done to the numerator; and so on.'' — W. M. Roth, "Designing Communities", Kluwer Academic Publishers, p31, 1998 In the case of multi-storey buildings where the cost of the lower parts of external walls and stanchions is greater, the group considers it inappropriate to increase the ***timesing*** factor to walls, Skitmore and Vernon Marston, Cost Modelling, Taylor & Francis, p. 173, 1999 Calculation should be made as waste on the dimension paper and not mentally, and ***timesing*** should be done consistently." — Willis, et al, Willis's Elements of Quantity Surveying, 11th ed, p33, 2011, Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, UK
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