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tenfold

[ adjective ten-fohld; adverb ten-fohld ]
/ adjective ˈtɛnˌfoʊld; adverb ˈtɛnˈfoʊld /
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adjective
comprising ten parts or members.
ten times as great or as much.
adverb
in tenfold measure: good deeds rewarded tenfold.
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Origin of tenfold

1150–1200; Middle English; Old English tienfeald.See ten, -fold
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British Dictionary definitions for tenfold

tenfold
/ (ˈtɛnˌfəʊld) /

adjective
equal to or having 10 times as many or as mucha tenfold increase in population
composed of 10 parts
adverb
by or up to 10 times as many or as muchthe population increased tenfold
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