In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1there was a tenfold increase in traffic — el tráfico se multiplicó por diez
- the vaccine led to a tenfold reduction in cases — con la vacuna el número de casos se redujo a la décima parte
- Something has caused the tenfold increase in the incidence of autism during the past decade.
- Our platform offers a tenfold increase in processing speed.
- None of these things can explain the tenfold increase in recorded crime.
- I expect his offer of a prime position, company car and tenfold salary increase to arrive shortly.
- A tenfold increase in the educational budget further expanded the resources.
- We discovered over a 1.3 million new genes, almost a tenfold increase in the gene pool for scientists.
- Pest control workers have dealt with a tenfold increase in complaints.
- Fuel cells promise up to a tenfold boost in battery life in laptops, cell phones, and the like.
- Their years of management were pretty inept and brought about a tenfold increase in water prices.
- The company has shown remarkable growth in its operations with a tenfold increase in business over the past five years.
- With climate change, we could see up to a tenfold increase in flood risk over the next century.
- Some surveys show a terrifying, tenfold increase in the incidence of cirrhosis over the past three decades.
- Oil surged to $30 a barrel, a tenfold increase since the early 1970s.
- An estimated 40 percent of the population lives in poverty - a tenfold increase since the collapse of Communism.
- They pledged a tenfold increase in the number of drug treatment centres.
1(to multiply) por diez(to decrease/fall) a la décima partethe number of incidents increased tenfold — el número de incidentes se multiplicó por diez
- the population has dropped tenfold — la población se ha reducido a la décima parte
- His stage shows, long renowned for their crazy theatrics, have increased their entertainment value tenfold.
- I always admired him but that has increased tenfold now.
- There are places where wind turbines would be fine but they are talking about increasing the numbers tenfold.
- The company says revenues are expected to jump tenfold this year.
- One of the first acts of the government was to increase the salary of its ministers tenfold to $3,500 a month.
- Support should be raised tenfold or even more to make a real impact.
- Employment at the small company has grown tenfold in 10 months.
- Since 1990, the state budget has shrunk tenfold.
- Their budget should be increased tenfold.
- The president predicted he would be forced to raise taxes tenfold.
- A comparison shows that the abuse of heroin has increased tenfold.
- We'll need to up our performance level tenfold.
- I want to know if I can double, quadruple, or increase my investment tenfold in five years.
- These principles have governed his approach in growing the family business tenfold.
- An unusually heavy meal raises your risk of heart attack tenfold for an hour after you eat.
- The company has increased its annual revenue tenfold to about $100 million.
- The United States government has increased its aid pledge tenfold.
- Agriculture changed forever as grain production quadrupled within a decade and rose tenfold later.
- The population grew tenfold by 1835.
- Your need for entertainment has been satisfied tenfold this week.
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