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treble1 British & World English

Consisting of three parts; threefold

treble2 British & World English

A high-pitched voice, especially a boy’s singing voice

treble clef British & World English

A clef placing G above middle C on the second-lowest line of the stave

treble chance British & World English

A form of football pool in which different numbers of points are awarded for a draw, an away win, and a home win

treble bell in treble2 British & World English

The smallest and highest-pitched bell of a ring or set