Translation of quadruple in Spanish:


cuádruple, adj.

Pronunciation /kwɒˈdruːp(ə)l//kwɑˈdrupəl//ˈkwɒdrʊp(ə)l/


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    • The thing about being independent is that all the profits are quadruple, quintuple what someone on a major label would make.
    • For linguistics nerds this is like a quadruple vodka.
    • The 16-stone defendant had drunk several pints of beer, alcopops and a quadruple vodka.
    • Hornewer is demanding over $2 million for a rematch, about quadruple what Byrd earned in April.
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    (with four parts)
    • The informant suggested the quadruple murder was the result of ‘a hit gone sour’ and Cooper was made a ‘scapegoat’.
    • I am recovering from a quadruple coronary artery bypass operation.
    • The legs were divided by four sets of joints, like having quadruple knees, and each ‘knee’ was filled with sand.
    • I think she did a very nice quadruple pirouette.
    • The ship is equipped with two close-range, portable, Strela - 3M air defence missile systems, each system having a quadruple launcher.
    • Ruth orders four rounds of quadruple ryes, Faulkner orders four rounds of moonshine.
    • He also has overcome bladder cancer and a quadruple bypass on his heart.
    • The timing of the quadruple murders is uncanny.
    • Her first assignment was to report on an article about a quadruple murder.
    • Ok, would you mind if I scored a quadruple century?
    • He had also recently recovered from a quadruple bypass operation.
    • Four years later he suffered more attacks and needed a quadruple heart bypass that left him with kidney failure.
    • The test is called the quadruple screen when it measures the four substances in the mother's blood.
    • Women have the quadruple roles of mother, housekeeper, wife, and worker, roughly in that order of importance.
    • A quadruple threat, he can sing, act, write and pose.
    • It's a quadruple negative, they cancel out, and everyone will be happy.
    • Only the quadruple mutant lacking all four genes exhibits a complete loss of floral organ identity.
    • I have also worked on patients during three LVAD implant operations and one quadruple coronary by-pass operation.
    • At the heart of this quadruple bill was Liturgy, an enthralling pas de deux by the clever Christopher.
    • I never had any repercussions from that quadruple bypass at all.
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    (time) de cuatro por cuatro
    • The second piece is a Gavotta, a moderate dance in quadruple meter.
    • All of sudden he does this incredible run where he goes up two octaves and back down in quadruple time.
    • Triple chants have been composed and a few quadruple chants also exist, but in use these become tiresome.

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