The correct answer is multiple.
The correct answer is (B) multiple; numerous and varied; of many kinds. Also, having many different elements, features, parts, etc. In addition, performing several functions simultaneously.
Manifold comes from Old English manigfeald (many-fold), manigfealdian.
Examples of use:
- Although he did not grasp this, his problem had a manifold of solutions.
- Parenthood brings a manifold of responsibilities.