Threefold

  • 1 Threefold — redirects here. For the chess rule, see Threefold repetition. Threefold is an acoustic rock band based out of Everett, Washington. Ben Ekstedt and Matt Nystrom are the band’s two permanent, full time members. Ekstedt sings lead vocals while… …

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  • 2 Threefold — Three fold , a. [OE. [thorn]reofald; cf. AS. [thorn]r[=i]feald.] Consisting of three, or thrice repeated; triple; as, threefold justice. [1913 Webster] A threefold cord is not quickly broken. Eccl. iv. 12. [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 threefold — O.E. þrifeald; see THREE (Cf. three) + FOLD (Cf. fold) …

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  • 4 threefold — [thrē′fōld΄] adj. [ THREE + FOLD] 1. having three parts 2. having three times as much or as many adv. three times as much or as many …

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  • 5 threefold — adjective Date: before 12th century 1. having three parts or members ; triple < a threefold purpose > 2. being three times as great or as many < a threefold increase > • threefold adverb …

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  • 6 threefold — /three fohld /, adj. 1. comprising three parts, members, or aspects; triple: a threefold program. 2. three times as great or as much; treble: a threefold return on an investment. adv. 3. in threefold manner or measure; trebly. [bef. 1000; ME… …

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  • 7 threefold — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} adj. Threefold is used with these nouns: ↑decrease, ↑division, ↑rise {{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}} adv. Threefold is used with these verbs: ↑increase …

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  • 8 threefold — three|fold [ˈθri:fəuld US fould] adj three times as much or as many ▪ increase production threefold >threefold adv …

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  • 9 threefold — three|fold [ θri,fould ] adjective, adverb FORMAL three times as much: a threefold increase in price …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 10 threefold — adjective three times as much or as many threefold adverb …

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  • 11 threefold — UK [ˈθriːˌfəʊld] / US [ˈθrɪˌfoʊld] adjective, adverb formal three times as much a threefold increase in price …

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  • 12 threefold — three•fold [[t]ˈθriˌfoʊld[/t]] adj. 1) having three elements or parts; triple 2) three times as great or as much; treble; triple 3) in threefold manner or measure; triply; trebly • Etymology: bef. 1000 …

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  • 13 threefold — /ˈθrifoʊld/ (say threefohld) adjective 1. having three elements or parts. 2. three times as great or as much; treble. –adverb 3. in threefold manner or measure; trebly. {three + fold} …

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  • 14 threefold — three ► CARDINAL NUMBER ▪ one more than two; 3. (Roman numeral: iii or III.) ● three parts Cf. ↑three parts DERIVATIVES threefold adjective & adverb. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 15 threefold — 1. adjective a) three times as great b) triple 2. adverb by a factor of three …

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  • 16 threefold — adj. triple, having three parts, being three times as many adv. trebly, triply, by three times, thrice …

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  • 17 threefold — three·fold …

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  • 18 threefold —   Pākolu, ka ā kolu …

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  • 19 threefold — adj. & adv. 1 three times as much or as many. 2 consisting of three parts …

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  • 20 Threefold Model — The Threefold Model of roleplaying games is an attempt to distinguish three different goals in roleplaying. In its original formation, these are: Drama, Simulation, and Game. Subsequent theories, such as the GNS Theory and The Big Model, have… …

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