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twelvefold

[ adjective twelv-fohld; adverb twelv-fohld ]
/ adjective ˈtwɛlvˌfoʊld; adverb ˈtwɛlvˈfoʊld /
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adjective
having twelve sections, aspects, divisions, kinds, etc.
being twelve times more, larger, greater, etc., as a given quantity size, intensity, or the like.
adverb
twelve times in amount or degree: Its potential destructive power was increased twelvefold.
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Origin of twelvefold

First recorded in 1550–60, twelvefold is from the Old English word twelf-feald.See twelve, -fold
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