double digits


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double digits

pl.n.
A number, percentage, or a group of numbers or percentages, greater than 9 and less than 100: Sales increased by double digits during the holidays. Our team's center has been shooting in double digits all season.

doub′le-dig′it adj.
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The last time the county's unemployment rate was in double digits was the fourth quarter 2004.
The average price per room increased by double digits for all Manhattan neighborhoods.
HPLC instruments performed well across all geographical regions with overall sales growth in the low double digits, not including currency effects.
GSK has exclusive worldwide marketing rights to products resulting from the research, and will pay Ligand royalties on a sliding scale up to low double digits on sales of products that make it to market.
The 7-foot Fey, who scored in double digits in two of the first four games, attempted just three shots in 17 minutes.
During the same period, he also increased the business' contribution margin by double digits and grew GE's market share in the overall PET scanner segment from 27% to 53%.