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triple-digit

[trip-uh l-dij-it] /ˈtrɪp əlˈdɪdʒ ɪt/
adjective
1.
being in the hundreds or in a figure or amount from 100 through 999:
triple-digit budget figures.
Origin
1975-1980
1975-80
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  • Nearly every company that makes monuments advertises its triple-digit age.
  • And its turbo torque keeps things moving well into triple-digit territory.
  • The answer, appropriately enough for these triple-digit days, is hazy and hotly contested.
  • In addition, weeks of triple-digit temperatures have dried up reservoirs, leaving crops to wither and animals and fish to die.
  • They're forecasting double- and even triple-digit growth.
  • They often carry triple-digit interest rates and include all kinds of hidden fees.
  • It has been repaired, however the severe drought and triple-digit temperatures continue.
  • Predatory payday lenders charge triple-digit interest rates and exorbitant fees to borrowers who need short-term cash.
  • triple-digit temperatures, increased humidity and poor air quality are expected to continue into the afternoon.

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