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Triple vs. Tripple

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Which is correct: Triple or Tripple

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Triple
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Tripple
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Tripleadjective

Made up of three related elements, often matching

‘The triple markings on this vase are quite unique.’;

Trippleadjective

misspelling of triple

Tripleadjective

Of three times the quantity.

‘Give me a triple serving of mashed potatoes.’;

Tripplenoun

misspelling of triple

Tripleadjective

Designed for three users.

‘a triple room’;

Trippleverb

misspelling of triple

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Tripleadjective

Folded in three; composed of three layers.

Tripplenoun

a horse's gait in which both left and then both right legs move together.

Tripleadjective

Having three aspects.

‘a triple meaning’;

Trippleverb

(of a horse) move at the pace of a tripple.

Tripleadjective

(music) Of time, three times as fast as very fast.

Tripleadjective

(obsolete) One of three; third.

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Triplenoun

Three times or thrice the number, amount, size, etc

Triplenoun

(informal) A drink with three portions of alcohol.

‘I've had a hard day; make that a triple.’;

Triplenoun

(US) A hamburger with three patties.

‘I'd like a triple with cheese.’;

Triplenoun

(baseball) A three-base hit

‘The shortstop hit a triple to lead off the ninth.’;

Triplenoun

(basketball) A three-point field goal

Triplenoun

(curling) A takeout shot in which three stones are removed from play.

Triplenoun

A sequence of three elements or 3-tuple.

Tripleverb

To multiply by three

‘The company tripled their earnings per share over last quarter.’;

Tripleverb

(baseball) To get a three-base hit

‘The batter tripled into the gap.’;

Tripleverb

To become three times as large

‘Our earnings have tripled in the last year.’;

Tripleverb

To serve or operate as (something), in addition to two other functions.

Tripleadjective

Consisting of three united; multiplied by three; threefold; as, a triple knot; a triple tie.

‘By thy triple shape as thou art seen.’;

Tripleadjective

Three times repeated; treble. See Treble.

Tripleadjective

One of three; third.

Tripleverb

To make threefold, or thrice as much or as many; to treble; as, to triple the tax on coffee.

Triplenoun

a base hit at which the batter stops safely at third base

Triplenoun

a quantity that is three times as great as another

Tripleverb

increase threefold;

‘Triple your income!’;

Tripleverb

hit a three-base hit

Tripleadjective

having three units or components or elements;

‘a ternary operation’; ‘a treble row of red beads’; ‘overcrowding made triple sessions necessary’; ‘triple time has three beats per measure’; ‘triplex windows’;

Tripleadjective

three times as great or many;

‘a claim for treble (or triple) damages’; ‘a threefold increase’;

Tripleadjective

consisting of or involving three items or people

‘triple somersaults’; ‘a triple murder’;

Tripleadjective

having three times the usual size, quality, or strength

‘a triple dark rum’;

Triplenoun

a thing that is three times as large as usual or is made up of three standard units or items

‘two whiskies—triples, please’;

Triplenoun

a sporting contest in which each side has three players.

Triplenoun

a system of change-ringing using seven bells, with three pairs changing places each time.

Triplenoun

a hit which enables the batter to reach third base.

Tripleverb

become three times as much or as many

‘grain prices were expected to triple’;

Tripleverb

multiply by three

‘the party more than tripled its share of the vote’;

Tripleverb

hit a triple

‘he tripled into right field’;

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