triple

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  • She became the first woman to land seven triples in a free program.
  • Questions are played for double and triple points toward the end of the game.
  • Two hundred years or so later, this figure has more than tripled.
  • For many years, work has been focused on reaching the highest triple product possible.
  • As you have ever heard me, let your attention be tripled now. Cited from Four Early Pamphlets, by William Godwin
  • The cross product is used in both forms of the triple product.
  • It was also during his administration that the parish population nearly tripled in size.
  • Triple motion is also possible, but this is very rare in actual play.
  • He made the best out of his two hits, though-they were both triples.
  • More than four thousand companies have set up offices in the city and its population has tripled since.
  • If the channel is clean enough, most of the time only one bit will change in each triple.
  • The campaign met its goal within two hours and tripled it by the end of the first week.
  • When full, the cheeks can make their heads double, or even triple in size.
  • He is still among the school's all-time leaders in triples.
  • In such a short amount of time, the British record had more than tripled.
  • The number of double- and triple-point questions in the game has varied over the years.
  • During the nearly forty years covered in this story, the population of the country more than triples.
  • During this time, global population more than tripled, partly due to increased food production.
  • These are sometimes used as double or triple family apartments or even converted into commercial space.
  • The bill passed, tripling the size of the city and greatly increasing its population.
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Meaning of triple

  • noun A base hit at which the batter stops safely at third base
  • noun A quantity that is three times as great as another
  • verb Increase threefold
    Triple your income!
  • verb Hit a three-base hit