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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Organic sales growth in the quarter was led by heavy industries, including oil and gas, pulp and paper, and mining, as well as life sciences, each of which grew double digits. Growth was tempered by year-over-year declines in automotive, semiconductor, and food and beverage.
'Hopefully this will be the start of something big for us,' said Phoenix head coach Louie Alas whose team has suffered disappointing losses despite leading by double digits.
Loudspeaker Soundbars continued their growing trend within UAE Audio Category, as it grew by double digits in value and volume sales in 2017 compared to 2016.
PHILIPPINE merchandise exports are projected to grow double digits in 2017, with the expected sustained positive performance of major electronics and nonelectronics sectors in November and December.
An estimated 73 percent of HealthCare.gov consumers could still purchase a plan for less than $75 per month, even if all final rates were to increase by double digits.
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"We can sustain loan growth in double digits despite margin compressions and a competitive market," Cook said.
"Inflation has fallen recently but is expected to be back in double digits by the middle of next year if corrective measures are not taken to reverse monetary financing of the fiscal deficit."
The emerging-markets focussed bank had said in November that it expected revenue to increase by double digits, but in a trading update the bank's finance director, Richard Meddings, said that the forecast was 'less likely' due to a decline in Asian currency exchange rates.
Its core operating income also rose by double digits, increasing its operating leverage.
ANNUAL house price rises broke into double digits for the first time in nearly three years during April, figures showed yesterday.
It is the first time this measure has hit double digits.