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Triple vs. Tripple

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Which is correct: Triple or Tripple

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  • Triple (adjective)

    Made up of three related elements, often matching

    "The triple markings on this vase are quite unique."

  • Triple (adjective)

    Of three times the quantity.

    "Give me a triple serving of mashed potatoes."

  • Triple (adjective)

    Designed for three users.

    "a triple room"

  • Triple (adjective)

    Folded in three; composed of three layers.

  • Triple (adjective)

    Having three aspects.

    "a triple meaning"

  • Triple (adjective)

    Of time, three times as fast as very fast.

  • Triple (adjective)

    One of three; third.

  • Triple (noun)

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

  • Triple (noun)

    A drink with three portions of alcohol.

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

  • Triple (noun)

    A patties.

    "I'd like a triple with cheese."

  • Triple (noun)

    A three-base hit

    "The shortstop hit a triple to lead off the ninth."

  • Triple (noun)

    A three-point field goal

  • Triple (noun)

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

  • Triple (noun)

    A sequence of three elements or 3-tuple.

  • Triple (verb)

    To multiply by three

    "The company tripled their earnings per share over last quarter."

  • Triple (verb)

    To get a three-base hit

    "The batter tripled into the gap."

  • Triple (verb)

    To become three times as large

    "Our earnings have tripled in the last year."

  • Triple (verb)

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

  • Tripple (adjective)

    misspelling of triple

  • Tripple (noun)

    misspelling of triple

  • Tripple (verb)

    misspelling of triple

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  • Triple (adjective)

    consisting of or involving three items or people

    "triple somersaults"

    "a triple murder"

  • Triple (adjective)

    having three times the usual size, quality, or strength

    "a triple dark rum"

  • Triple (noun)

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

    "two whiskies—triples, please"

  • Triple (noun)

    a sporting contest in which each side has three players.

  • Triple (noun)

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

  • Triple (noun)

    a hit which enables the batter to reach third base.

  • Triple (verb)

    become three times as much or as many

    "grain prices were expected to triple"

  • Triple (verb)

    multiply by three

    "the party more than tripled its share of the vote"

  • Triple (verb)

    hit a triple

    "he tripled into right field"

  • Tripple (noun)

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

  • Tripple (verb)

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

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