To double upon

(Mil.) to inclose between two fires.

See also: Double

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With Salts regularly forced to double upon his midfield mauraudings, space was created for his team-mates - replacement Nick Molesworth taking full advantage to sprint to the posts and set up a Northover conversion that nudged Leamington ahead.
Emal currently supplies 280 customers in 36 countries with high quality aluminium, which we plan to double upon completion of Phase 2," he added.
His pace is frightening and Preston were having to double upon the Ghanian international, but too often the on loan winger was unable to produce a final ball of significant quality and that is his Achilles heel.