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sixfold

(ˈsɪksˌfəʊld)
adj
1. (Mathematics) equal to or having six times as many or as much
2. (Mathematics) composed of six parts
adv
(Mathematics) by or up to six times as many or as much
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sixfold - having six units or components
multiple - having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual; "multiple birth"; "multiple ownership"; "made multiple copies of the speech"; "his multiple achievements in public life"; "her multiple personalities"; "a pineapple is a multiple fruit"
Adv.1.sixfold - by a factor of six; "the population of this town increased sixfold when gold was found in the surrounding hills"
Translations

sixfold

[ˈsɪksfəʊld]
A. ADJséxtuplo
B. ADVseis veces
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In 2016, the total volume of trade turnover between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan increased almost sixfold, to about $70 million.
Craig Macdonald picked a cracking sixfold that paid PS616 to a PS5 stake - and was nearly beaten by a 2-9 shot.
The Kazakh government has announced that it will expand sixfold its contribution to combat the disease, in response to a global call to help ease the suffering that Ebola is bringing to West Africa.
As part of Edison, FolioDynamix has seen sixfold growth since the initial investment made by the venture capital firm in 2008.
CARDIFF Metroplitan University has seen a more than sixfold increase in legal fees during the past four years, data released under the Freedom of Information Act has shown.
The sixfold paid 14-1 so Sam was paid PS825 for a PS55 stake.
With the stock recently trading near $450 per share, you'd have had roughly $30,000 worth of shares today, for a sixfold gain.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Wed, Mar 5, 2014 - Juniper Research predicts a sixfold increase in the number of "phablet" shipments by 2018, reaching 120 million units shipped per year compared with about 20 million last year.
presents this treatise on the agricultural development of China over six centuries, with a focus on using economic scholarly methods to analyze how such development kept pace with approximately sixfold population growth over the same period.
There was a strong association with; migraine with aura and increasing levels of cholesterol, with nearly a sixfold risk r of being in third tertile" of total cholesterol, compared with patients without headache, said Dr.
In the last 10 years, trade between Latin America and China rose sixfold to $230 billion.
Pat McFadden (Lab Wolverhampton South East) urged the Government to investigate why the number of prescriptions for methylphenidate - sold under the brand name Ritalin - had risen sixfold since 1997.