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decuple

adjective dec·u·ple \ˈde-kyə-pəl\

Definition of DECUPLE

1
:  tenfold
2
:  taken in groups of 10

Origin of DECUPLE

French décuple, from Middle French, from Late Latin decuplus, from Latin decem ten + -uplus (as in quadruplus quadruple)
First Known Use: 1613

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