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Definition of "trebled" [trebled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of treble. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "trebled" in a sentence
  • "That capital was "trebled" in 1690, making the nominal capital 31,500_l_.; in August, 1720, it was proposed to augment the cash capital, and to make the nominal total"
  • "The sort of insecurity that would force you to always say "trebled" instead of "tripled" could only come from a communications major with massive status anxiety, like Keith."
  • "Even in the era of easy credit, the proportion of those under 35 on low-to-middle incomes owning their own home halved, while those renting often inadequate housing in the private sector trebled."
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