tenfold

[adj. ten-fohld; adv. ten-fohld]
adjective
1.
comprising ten parts or members.
2.
ten times as great or as much.
adverb
3.
in tenfold measure: good deeds rewarded tenfold.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; Old English tienfeald. See ten, -fold

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tenfold (ˈtɛnˌfəʊld)
 
adj
1.  equal to or having 10 times as many or as much: a tenfold increase in population
2.  composed of 10 parts
 
adv
3.  by or up to 10 times as many or as much: the population increased tenfold

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Example sentences
After the statue's debut, monthly museum attendance shot up tenfold.
The number of recordings has increased tenfold in the last two decades.
Increase the magnification tenfold, and still there is nothing.
Internal organs may double or triple or increase tenfold the required computer
  speed.
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