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(of a number, variable, or percentage) between 10 and 99.

*‘double-digit inflation’**‘Firms with questionable numbers see their stock prices fall by double-digit percentages.’**‘He expects earnings to grow by double-digit figures in the first half of the current financial year.’**‘For several years in a row, the retail costs of heating oil and natural gas have seen double-digit percentage increases.’**‘Earnings for this year are likely to be healthy, as house price growth has again reached double-digit figures.’**‘Generous employers will pay a double-digit percentage of your salary towards your pension.’**‘Just counting the pairs of shoes in the hall cupboard rapidly amounts to double-digit figures.’**‘Two years after this, in 1990, we had double-digit general inflation.’**‘In the seventies we were racked with economic problems like huge inflation and double-digit unemployment.’**‘Low interest rates and double-digit house price inflation have led to a big increase in equity withdrawal in the past couple of years.’**‘After four years of double-digit growth, house-price inflation is expected to slow this year.’**‘Five years ago, most eastern European nations were battling double-digit inflation.’**‘When you tack on inflation, it will be spectacular double-digit growth.’**‘A double-digit increase in the economy was possible and unemployment would be gradually reduced, he said.’**‘While not a double-digit increase like those of the past five years, it is still higher than the estimated inflation rate.’**‘Rentals cost nearly five dollars and first run films are edging ever closer to double-digit prices.’**‘It means their double-digit profit margins aren't high enough to satisfy Wall Street.’**‘The general view was the high double-digit growth achieved by the group over much of the past 20 years was about to end.’**‘During 2001, a sharp correction arrived after several years of double-digit growth.’**‘Home-owners face soaring bills this autumn amid predictions of a fresh round of double-digit energy price increases.’**‘We've just announced our seventh half year of double-digit earnings growth and we're going to see much more of that coming in future.’*

another term for double figures

*‘He won't reveal the fund's returns, saying only that they've averaged in the double digits since its launch in 2000.’**‘Unemployment that should hover around 5-6 per cent gradually moves to double digits.’**‘He added that although credit growth is expected to ease over the rest of the year because of higher interest rates, growth would remain well into the double digits.’**‘A year later, he signed with the Celtics, and since his second season in Boston has never averaged below double digits as a scorer.’**‘He averaged in double digits, which was pretty good for a guy who focused so much of his energy on the defensive side of the game.’**‘Failure rates at the police academy have jumped into double digits from the 3 to 5 percent that once was the norm.’**‘I think he's somewhere in the double digits, somewhere between 10 and 20.’**‘At this rate you'll hit double digits by the time you polish off a slice of apple pie after dinner (it counts, but no ice cream).’**‘He finishes in single digits or very low double digits.’**‘We have a lead, according to some polls, in the double digits.’**‘Distill those, and you'll get a proof in the high double digits.’**‘This case begins with a report showing that the prices on top selling prescription drugs jumped by double digits again.’**‘I think capital expenditures are already starting to grow by double digits.’**‘Even in growth times, Germany experiences unemployment rates close to double digits.’**‘I mean, the number of serious relationships I've had has not been into double digits.’**‘I've gone from an asterisk to double digits in the span of just a couple of weeks.’**‘Organized labor is down to less than double digits in representation of the work force.’**‘Office take-up levels next year are likely to be similar to the 175,000 square metres achieved this year but vacancy rates will remain in double digits.’**‘Typically a good score is anything in double digits.’*

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