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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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double-digitˌdouble-ˈdigit adjective [only before noun] especially American English  HMNrelating to the numbers 10 to 99 syn double-figure British English double-digit inflation
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double-digitThe point is that a double-digit differential can make quite a difference to pensioners' returns.Nucor, a steel maker, maintains double-digit growth in an industry that has been shrinking.The estimated maturity value given for your policy may have been based on double-digit growth rates.The 1995 national increase in costs is a far cry from the double-digit growth seen in the late 1980s and early 1990s.Peres enjoyed a double-digit lead in the polls over Netanyahu before the series of deadly attacks that began on Feb. 25.Tolbert made several crucial baskets as Eastern Michigan built a double-digit lead midway through the second half.Each is asking for more than a double-digit percentage increase.This may sound reassuring, but the promised double-digit returns may not ensue.
From Longman Business Dictionarydouble-digitˌdouble-ˈdigit adjective [only before a noun] relating to numbers between 10 and 99Few economists expect a return to the double-digit inflation and interest rates seen at the end of the 1980s.double-digit growth in the Chinese market
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