quadrupling

[ UK /kwˈɒdɹuːplˌɪŋ/ ]
[ US /kwɑˈdɹupəɫɪŋ, kwɑˈdɹupɫɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. increase by a factor of four
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How To Use quadrupling In A Sentence

  • This resulted in the quadrupling of the debt from $568 billion US to about $2 trillion US.
  • The key elements of this "moderately prosperous society" are a quadrupling of per-captia gross domestic product, an improved legal system, and the achievement of sustainable development ... all by 2020. Eric C. Anderson: Sino-U.S. Relations: Reconsider the Fundamentals
  • Quadrupling the gross national product will be an achievement of great significance.
  • It is entirely possible to achieve the goal of quadrupling the gross annual value of industrial and agricultural production by the end of the century.
  • There was a tripling or a quadrupling of the number of packmen, carriers, and others engaged in moving goods about.
  • That is the double significance of quadrupling our industrial and agricultural output.
  • Lucky ones who had bought of it diffidently, discreetly, with modest visions of four and a half per cent in their unimaginative minds, saw their dividends doubling, trebling, quadrupling, finally soaring gymnastically beyond all reason. Fanny Herself
  • It is entirely possible to achieve the goal of quadrupling the gross annual value of industrial and agricultural production by the end of the century.
  • Attention is also being focused on the possibility of trebling or even quadrupling the length of suburban rail track.
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