Traducción de eightfold en Español:

eightfold

Pronunciación /ˈeɪtfoʊld//ˈeɪtfəʊld/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (eight times as much or as many)
    there was an eightfold increase in expenditure los gastos se multiplicaron por ocho
    • computer models show an eightfold reduction in carbon emissions los modelos informáticos muestran una reducción de las emisiones de carbono a la octava parte
    • As a result of these and other factors, the number of single-parent families in the United States has increased nearly eightfold since 1950.
    • In his eight years as chief executive the company grew by 40 percent with services and consulting leading the growth, while its stock value increased eightfold.
    • Capacity rose eightfold, from 4,000 to 32,000 tons.
    • A British epidemiologist cites an eightfold increase in maternal death following elective cesarean section above the death rate associated with normal birth.
    • During the first half, the operating profit of the Spirits and Wine division outside Europe increased nearly eightfold.
    • Last year there were 1,200, that's an eightfold increase.
    • The proliferation of diagnoses has contributed to a dramatic rise in antidepressant sales, which increased eightfold between 1990 and 2000.
    • The comparison of these drivers with drivers who identified themselves as alert or relaxed, which is most relevant to usual driving, resulted in an eightfold increase in risk.
    • ‘We have invested significant funds in research and development and sales have increased eightfold since our first round of investment in 2000,’ Beggs said.
    • Launched in 1999 by a team of experienced toy executives, it has established itself as the fastest-growing UK toy company, increasing its turnover eightfold in just four years of trading.
    • Annual funding allocated by the Transport and Communications Ministry for development had increased eightfold.
    • That figure allowed him to increase the number of users from one to three, but it's still an eightfold increase in his annual payment, which is always required up front.
    • In this configuration, the maximum throughput for the database drives showed an eightfold speed increase over the old hardware.
    • There has been a significant increase in drug related deaths in England and Wales over the last twenty years with an eightfold increase in drug-related deaths between 1980 and 1998.
    • He is demonstrating the skills to turn this large chunk of humanity into paying customers, boosting the customer count eightfold, from 375,000 when he arrived two years ago.
    • In addition, one study reported an eightfold increase in a medication-resistant food-poisoning bacteria after the antibiotic was approved to be used in chickens.
    • Users of oral contraceptives had an approximately eightfold increase in the risk of stroke compared with those not using these agents.
    • In Manchester, the use of video evidence in courtrooms has increased eightfold since early last year.
    • The death rate from alcoholic liver disease has increased eightfold in the 35-44 age group since the 1970s.
    • For every 50 percent decrease in the droplet diameter of a set volume of insecticide, the spray surface area is increased eightfold.
    • In this group the rates have increased eightfold in men and almost sevenfold in women since the 1970s.
    • Over the past 10 years, the number of British visas given to Russians has increased eightfold.
    • In the late seventeenth century, the average number of copper coins minted annually was of the order of two to three hundred million; by the early nineteenth century this had increased eightfold.
    • For example, when an animal doubles its linear dimensions, its volume increases eightfold.
    • While French domestic exports to Europe tripled, their colonial re-exports increased eightfold.
    • British trade with Turkey increased eightfold between 1830 and 1850.
    • Last year, an Environmental Science and Research report warned that the number of New Zealanders dying from infectious diseases increased almost eightfold between 1988 and 2000.
    • Escalating financial demands by the company's mainland partner scotched the deal when the price to maintain the relationship quickly went up eightfold despite earlier agreements.
    • You and I know that an eightfold increase is hardly a cut, but that's not how it would play in Washington.
  • 2

    (having eight parts)
    our reasons for this decision are eightfold hay ocho razones detrás de nuestra decisión

adverbio

  • 1

    (by eight times as much or as many)
    expenditure increased eightfold los gastos se multiplicaron por ocho
    • emissions fell eightfold las emisiones bajaron a la octava parte