double-figure

[duhb-uhl-fig-yer; British duhb-uhl-fig-er]
adjective British.

Origin:
1855–60

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Also, goes only seven or eight deep with only two bench players averaging double-figure minutes.
He has finished in double-figure scoring in every game this season.
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