# decuple

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## dec·u·ple

(dĕk′yə-pəl)
1. Consisting of ten parts or members.
2. Ten times as much in size, strength, number, or amount.
n.
A tenfold amount or number.
intr. & tr.v. dec·u·pled, dec·u·pling, dec·u·ples
To multiply or be multiplied by ten.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin decuplus : Latin decem, ten; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots + Latin -plus, -fold; see pel- in Indo-European roots.]

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## decuple

(ˈdɛkjʊpəl)
vb
(Mathematics) (tr) to increase by ten times
n
(Mathematics) an amount ten times as large as a given reference
(Mathematics) increasing tenfold
[C15: from Old French, from Late Latin decuplus tenfold, from Latin decem ten]
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## dec•u•ple

(ˈdɛk yʊ pəl)

1. ten times as great.
v.t.
2. to increase tenfold.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Middle French < Latin decuplus tenfold =dec(em) ten + -uplus, as in quadruplus quadruple]
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## decuple

Past participle: decupled
Gerund: decupling

Imperative
decuple
decuple
Present
I decuple
you decuple
he/she/it decuples
we decuple
you decuple
they decuple
Preterite
I decupled
you decupled
he/she/it decupled
we decupled
you decupled
they decupled
Present Continuous
I am decupling
you are decupling
he/she/it is decupling
we are decupling
you are decupling
they are decupling
Present Perfect
I have decupled
you have decupled
he/she/it has decupled
we have decupled
you have decupled
they have decupled
Past Continuous
I was decupling
you were decupling
he/she/it was decupling
we were decupling
you were decupling
they were decupling
Past Perfect
Future
I will decuple
you will decuple
he/she/it will decuple
we will decuple
you will decuple
they will decuple
Future Perfect
I will have decupled
you will have decupled
he/she/it will have decupled
we will have decupled
you will have decupled
they will have decupled
Future Continuous
I will be decupling
you will be decupling
he/she/it will be decupling
we will be decupling
you will be decupling
they will be decupling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decupling
you have been decupling
he/she/it has been decupling
we have been decupling
you have been decupling
they have been decupling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decupling
you will have been decupling
he/she/it will have been decupling
we will have been decupling
you will have been decupling
they will have been decupling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decupling
you had been decupling
he/she/it had been decupling
we had been decupling
you had been decupling
they had been decupling
Conditional
I would decuple
you would decuple
he/she/it would decuple
we would decuple
you would decuple
they would decuple
Past Conditional
I would have decupled
you would have decupled
he/she/it would have decupled
we would have decupled
you would have decupled
they would have decupled
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