-fold suffix Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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-foldsuffix

 us   /ˌfoʊld/

-fold suffix (NUMBER)

having the stated number of parts, or multiplied by the stated number: There has been more than a 30-fold increase in Internet users in the past two years.
Translations of “-fold”
in Vietnamese hậu tố “tăng lên bao nhiêu lần”…
in Spanish parte, veces…
in Thai เป็นทวีคูณ (กี่เท่า)…
in Malaysian kali ganda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 由…部分組成, …倍…
in Indonesian -kali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 由…部分组成, …倍…
(Definition of -fold suffix from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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