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Quintuple vs. Quadruple

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Quintupleadjective

having five parts or members

Quadrupleadjective

Being four times as long, as big or as many of something.

‘He's quite an athlete and can do quadruple jumps with ease.’;

Quintupleadjective

five times as much

Quadrupleverb

(transitive) To multiply by four.

‘Quadrupling four gives sixteen.’;

Quintupleadjective

(music) having five crotchets in a bar

Quadrupleverb

(intransitive) To increase by a factor of four.

‘Our profits quadrupled when we made the improvements.’;

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Quintuplenoun

a fivefold amount

Quadrupleverb

(rail) To provide four parallel running lines on a given stretch of railway.

Quintupleverb

(transitive) To multiply by five.

Quadrupleadjective

Fourfold; as, to make quadruple restitution; a quadruple alliance.

Quintupleverb

(intransitive) To be multiplied by five.

Quadruplenoun

four times the sum or number; a fourfold amount; as, to receive to quadruple of the amount in damages.

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Quintupleadjective

Multiplied by five; increased to five times the amount; fivefold.

Quadrupleverb

To multiply by four; to increase fourfold; to double; to double twice.

Quintupleverb

To make fivefold, or five times as much or many.

Quadrupleverb

To be multiplied by four; to increase fourfold; to become four times as much.

Quintupleverb

increase fivefold;

‘The population of China quintupled’;

Quadruplenoun

a quantity that is four times as great as another

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Quintupleadjective

having five units or components

Quadrupleverb

increase fourfold;

‘His stock earning quadrupled’;

Quadrupleadjective

having four units or components;

‘quadruple rhythm has four beats per measure’; ‘quadruplex wire’;

Quadrupleadjective

four times as great or many;

‘a fourfold increase in the dosage’;

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