Definition of double figures in English:

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double figures

Pronunciation: /ˈdəbəl ˈfiɡyərz/

plural noun

A number or amount, especially a percentage, between 10 and 99: inflation was in double figures
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  • However, revenue growth will remain in double figures, he predicted.
  • None of the remaining batsmen got into double figures, leaving Gambhir to wage a lone battle against the West bowlers.
  • There is a good head of mirror and common carp averaging double figures in the first two lakes.

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Syllabification: dou·ble fig·ures

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