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onefold

[ wuhn-fohld ]
/ ˈwʌnˌfoʊld /
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adjective
having a single part; whole; complete: He speaks of the unity of self and body as a onefold dimension.
Mathematics, Biochemistry. having an increase in amount that is equal to the original amount, which is commonly but less technically considered twofold: It reveals a range of values extending from a onefold difference for DNA up to a 435-fold difference for lipids.
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Origin of onefold

First recorded in 1425–75; late Middle English; see origin at one, -fold
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