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twentyfold

[ adjective twen-tee-fohld, twuhn-; adverb twen-tee-fohld, twuhn- ]
/ adjective ˈtwɛn tiˌfoʊld, ˈtwʌn-; adverb ˈtwɛn tiˈfoʊld, ˈtwʌn- /
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adjective
having twenty sections, aspects, divisions, kinds, etc.
being twenty times as large, great, many, etc.
adverb
twenty times in amount or degree.
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Origin of twentyfold

First recorded in 1600–10; twenty + -fold
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