IPA: kwɑdrˈupʌɫ


  • Something that is four times the usual number, amount, size, etc.
  • (skating) A figure-skating jump with four revolutions in the air.


  • (transitive) To multiply by four.
  • (intransitive) To increase by a factor of four.
  • (rail transport) To provide four parallel running lines on a given stretch of railway.


  • Being four times as long, as big or as many of something.

Examples of "quadruple" in Sentences

  • The lines were quadrupled.
  • The company's profits nearly quadruple.
  • I am still agog about the quadruple 10,000.
  • Huckabee granted clemency to suspect in quadruple ...
  • She loves to enjoy what she calls a quadruple draught.
  • Woman critically injured in quadruple drive by shooting.
  • The twelve clubs competed in the quadruple round robin format.
  • During his tenure, the size of the press more than quadrupled.
  • Why not disclose the quadruple, triple lives of certain politicians
  • The action forces the state government to almost quadruple the budget.
  • The quadruple tilde is the method of signing your posts to discussions.
  • Arithmetic shows that the years of the Judges have all been quadrupled.
  • Matt Hughes, Wyatt Allen, J. Sloan DuRoss and Sam Stitt rowed to bronze in quadruple sculls, which had no heats or semifinals.
  • Citizen Holdings gained 0.2% on a Nikkei report that the watch maker's April-September group operating profit was expected to quadruple from a year earlier to around seven billion yen ($84.3 million).

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