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single-digit

[sing-guh l-dij-it] /ˈsɪŋ gəlˈdɪdʒ ɪt/
adjective
1.
of or denoting a percentage smaller than ten, especially with reference to rates below that level:
single-digit rates of inflation.
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  • First, an earthquake is summarized by an easy-to-remember and easy-to-interpret single-digit number.
  • Which indicates that they had an abstract understanding of the single-digit amounts.
  • Only a single-digit percentage of people really understand how to sift through the way science is reported now.
  • Now investors seem happy with a promise of high single-digit returns.
  • He doesn't play much golf these days, so his single-digit handicap is gone.
  • single-digit percentages indicate the fertilizer probably is slow-release.
  • But temperatures are still expected to fall, with single-digit wind chills possible.
  • There are nine census divisions, and each is identified by a single-digit census code.
  • The week is indicated by the two-digit number and the year is indicated by the single-digit number.
  • Each census region is identified by a single-digit census code.

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