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  • adj. By a factor of eleven.
  • adv. By a factor of eleven.


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eleven +‎ -fold


  • Autism rates have increased from 3 in 10,000 children to 1 in 166 children—an elevenfold increase—over the last decade.9

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  • She says NEA grants generate an elevenfold return in private money.

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  • If the whole developing world were suddenly to catch up, world rates would increase elevenfold.

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  • Amazon's sales have increased tenfold, and eBay's elevenfold, in the past decade.

  • Between 1820, at the dawn of the industrial age, and 2008, when the world economy entered recession, economic output per person increased elevenfold.

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  • Among outperformers, CapitaLand jumped nearly 3 percent after Southeast Asia's biggest developer said it had the war chest to buy more assets after posting an elevenfold rise in fourth-quarter net profit, helped by a massive one-off gain. Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • As talk of "achievement" soared over two centuries, the term "excellence" dropped out of favor, also elevenfold.

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  • From the 1810s to the 2000s, the frequency of "achievement" in written American English grew elevenfold, according to a search of the Corpus of Historical American English, a database of 107,000 newspapers, magazines, novels, plays and film scripts.

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  • Sony Ericsson reports elevenfold increase in losses on 2008

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  • The company has reported a loss of $13 million in the year to June, an elevenfold increase from the previous year, due to $6.2 million worth of unrealised foreign exchange losses, depreciation costs and finance expenses.

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