trebleness

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treble (ˈtrɛbəl)
 
adj
1.  threefold; triple
2.  of, relating to, or denoting a soprano voice or part or a high-pitched instrument
 
n
3.  three times the amount, size, etc
4.  a soprano voice or part or a high-pitched instrument
5.  the highest register of a musical instrument
6.  a.  the high-frequency response of an audio amplifier, esp in a record player or tape recorder
 b.  a control knob on such an instrument by means of which the high-frequency gain can be increased or decreased
7.  bell-ringing the lightest and highest bell in a ring
8.  a.  the narrow inner ring on a dartboard
 b.  a hit on this ring
 
vb
9.  to make or become three times as much
 
[C14: from Old French, from Latin triplus threefold, triple]
 
'trebleness
 
n
 
'trebly
 
adv, —adj

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