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bagger

noun [C]     /ˈbæ.ɡər/ US  /-ɡɚ/ informal
an investment which is the stated number of times more valuable than it was when the investment was made 一種投資(其價值在一定時間內以某個指明的倍數上升) The shares have doubled in value since I bought them, and I'm hoping they'll be my first ten-bagger within a year or two. 自從我購買這些股票後,其價值已經上升一倍了。我希望在一兩年內,它能成為我的首批十倍股。 Financial investments and the stock market
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