sixfold

[siks-fohld]
adjective
1.
having six elements or parts.
2.
six times as great or as much.
adverb
3.
in sixfold measure.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English sexfold, Old English sixfeald. See six, -fold

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sixfold (ˈsɪksˌfəʊld)
 
adj
1.  equal to or having six times as many or as much
2.  composed of six parts
 
adv
3.  by or up to six times as many or as much

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Total revenue for online personals jumps sixfold in a year.
During the free period, use of its network increased nearly sixfold, the airport says.
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Further tweaks to regulatory genes in the worm's metabolic pathways have upped its life span sixfold.
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