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twentyfold

(ˈtwɛntɪˌfəʊld)
adj
1. equal to or having twenty times as many or as much
2. composed of twenty parts
adv
by or up to twenty times as many or as much
Translations

twentyfold

[ˈtwentɪfəʊld]
A. ADVveinte veces
B. ADJveinte veces mayor
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Analysts TeleGeography have calculated that African access to international bandwidth has increased twentyfold over the past five years, as the Sea Cable System (SEACOM), the Eastern Africa Sub Cable System (EASSy) and the West Africa Cable System (WACS) have been completed.
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Population levels increased ten- to twentyfold, depending on how you count (for instance, whether Greek colonies are included).
That means (allowing for a little slippage) the Chinese economy has grown more than twentyfold since 1978.
That means (allowing for a little slippage) that the Chinese economy has grown more than twentyfold since 1978.
The number of PEPFAR-supported health facilities providing HIV/AIDS services and the number of patients receiving life-saving treatment has increased almost twentyfold since 2004.
25 a day, mobile data use is expected to grow twentyfold by the end of 2019, according to a mobility study by Ericsson.
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That s seven times our current production capacity and an important milestone to remain the industry leader as North American automotive market demand is expected to increase twentyfold in the next 10 years.
Total Chinese trade with Africa has increased twentyfold since 2001.
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The report added that soon after the attack on Target, 10 to twentyfold increase in stolen data in online card-selling markets was seen and batches of up to 1 million cards were selling for anywhere from 20 dollars to as high as 100 dollars per card.