-fold

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-fold

suffix

: multiplied by (a specified number) : times

: having (so many) parts

Full Definition of -FOLD

1
:  multiplied by (a specified number) :  times —in adjectives <a sixfold increase> and adverbs <repay you tenfold>
2
:  having (so many) parts <threefold aspect of the problem>

Examples of -FOLD

  1. It will repay you tenfold.

Origin of -FOLD

Middle English, from Old English -feald; akin to Old High German -falt -fold, Latin -plex, -plus, Old English fealdan

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