double-digit

[duhb-uhl-dij-it]
adjective
of or denoting a percentage greater than ten.

Origin:
1970–75

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Yet this increased revenue has not eased economic hardships, which include
  double-digit unemployment and inflation.
Anything that can green up the operating efficiencies of new shipping by
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