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Adjective: treble  tre-b(u)l
  1. Having or denoting a high range
    "the boy still had a fine treble voice"; "the treble clef";
    - soprano
  2. Three times as great or many
    "a claim for treble damages";
    - threefold, three-fold, triple, trifold
  3. Having three units, components or elements
    "a treble row of red beads";
    - ternary, triple, triplex
  4. Having more than one decidedly dissimilar aspects or qualities
    "a treble role for an actor"; "every episode has its double and treble meaning";
    - double, dual, twofold, two-fold, threefold, three-fold, trifold
Noun: treble  tre-b(u)l
  1. The pitch range of the highest female voice
    - soprano
Verb: treble  tre-b(u)l
  1. Sing treble
  2. Increase threefold
    - triple

Derived forms: trebles, trebled, trebling

See also: high, high-pitched, multiple

Type of: manifold, multiply, pitch, sing

Encyclopedia: Treble, James