hundredfold hundredfold


  • (adv) by a factor of one hundred


  1. The cost of raw acreage outside Munich has risen nine hundredfold since the early 1950s.
  2. Even if there's a germ of truth in it, it's exaggerated a hundredfold.
  3. Understand, we see the need for Catholic participation in the movement if there never were such a thing as a Communist, but as things stand now there is need a hundredfold.


  • 8 Ways Tech Will Transform Airport Security

    Here's a guarantee: Come up with a problem involving systems, and technology innovators will seek to solve it. Make that problem the safety of passengers on airplanes, and the urgency those innovators bring to the table increases a hundredfold. Using tech to augment how we watch for and catch terrorists and others who would do us harm  before they board an aircraft is a process flush with ...
    on August 29, 2013     Source: Mashable


  1. "I commend the league and Joel Litvin for an honest and decisive response," Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said Sunday. "Since he's been in that position, the level of transparency has increased one hundredfold. And it's good. Look, missed...
    on May 10, 2009 By: Rick Carlisle Source: Dallas Morning News

  2. "Zegota as an organized effort was tantamount to 'Schindler's List' multiplied a hundredfold," said Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski.
    on May 25, 2008 By: Zbigniew Brzezinski Source: journalismus - nachrichten von heute

  3. "In one astounding decade," says Rogers, "China's manufacturing base for durable goods increased one hundredfold."
    on Jan 9, 2008 By: Jim Rogers Source: Commodity Online

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