trebly

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treb·le

 (trĕb′əl)
adj.
1. Triple: "treble reason for loving as well as working while it is day" (George Eliot).
2. Music Relating to or having the highest part, voice, or range.
3. High-pitched; shrill.
n.
1. Music
a. The highest part, voice, instrument, or range.
b. A singer or player that performs this part.
2. A high, shrill sound or voice.
tr. & intr.v. treb·led, treb·ling, treb·les
To make or become triple.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Medieval Latin triplum, from Latin, neuter of triplus, triple; see triple.]

treb′le·ness n.
treb′ly (trĕb′lē) adv.
Translations
مِن ثلاثَة أوجُه
třikrát
tredobbelt
háromszorosan
òrefalt, òrívegis, òrisvar
trikrát
üç kat olarak

trebly

[ˈtreblɪ] ADVtres veces
it is trebly dangerous toes tres veces más peligroso ...

trebly

advdreifach; the child was trebly dear to himer liebte das Kind dreimal mehr

treble

(ˈtrebl) noun, adjective
(something that is) three times as much, many etc as something else, or as the normal. He earns treble what I do.
verb
to make, or become, three times as much. He trebled his earnings; His income has trebled.
ˈtrebly adverb