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quintuple

[ kwin-too-puhl, -tyoo-, -tuhp-uhl, kwin-too-puhl, -tyoo- ]

adjective

  1. fivefold; consisting of five parts.
  2. five times as great or as much.
  3. Music. having five beats to a measure.


noun

  1. a number, amount, etc., five times as great as another.

verb (used with or without object)

, quin·tu·pled, quin·tu·pling.
  1. to make or become five times as great.

quintuple

/ ˈkwɪntjʊpəl; kwɪnˈtjuːpəl /

verb

  1. to multiply by five


adjective

  1. five times as much or as many; fivefold
  2. consisting of five parts

noun

  1. a quantity or number five times as great as another
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Word History and Origins

Origin of quintuple1

1560–70; < Middle French < New Latin or Medieval Latin quīntuplus, derivative of quīntus fifth ( quint 1 ), on the model of duplus duple, quadruplus quadruple
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Word History and Origins

Origin of quintuple1

C16: from French, from Latin quintus, on the model of quadruple
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Example Sentences

Musk has quintupled his net worth since January, according to estimates put together by Bloomberg, adding $132 billion to his wealth and vaulting him to the No.

The company, which has taken big steps to shore up its finances in the last year and switched out much of its c-suite, has now seen shares nearly quintuple since a low in March.

From Fortune

He says searches for programs through his website have quintupled since this time last year.

The value of Tesla shares has more than quintupled from a low in March, pushing the company’s market capitalization to now over $400 billion, which is greater than both Walmart and Johnson & Johnson.

From Fortune

The stock, which touched a low of about $350 in March, has almost quintupled since then and briefly crossed $2,000, nearly 10 times the level it was trading at this time last year.

From Fortune

That is not the case when he talks about having quintuple-bypass surgery at 53 and recalling that his father died at 57.

The cruiser had the new compound quintuple engines, capable of driving her twenty-six knots an hour under forced draught.

The calculation might be sustained that it would quintuple in value in the course of fifty years.

A public conveyance could not be obtained unless one paid "double, treble, and quintuple fares and a gratuity."

Of the Quintuple biliteral there are thirty-two combinations.

Moreover, they could turn their talents to any line of business and double, treble, quintuple parts as easily as talk.

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