Noun(1) the pitch range of the highest female voice
Verb(1) sing treble(2) increase threefold
Adjective(1) having or denoting a high range(2) three times as great or many, or triple(3) having three units or components or elements(4) having more than one decidedly dissimilar aspects or qualities, or dual
(1) It was a pity that so few attended for the first part of the treble header as both teams served up a thriller laced with the finest of hurling skills and players with real potential for the future.(2) The number of successful independent television companies in Scotland must more than treble if the industry is to flourish, according to Stuart Cosgrove, head of nations and regions at Channel 4.(3) It came out on top at the strongly contested industry awards for engineering excellence - making it a record treble success.(4) the children's treble voices(5) The number of people aged 80 years and over is forecast to more than treble from 98,000 in 2001, to about 320,000 in 2036.(6) The 17th and 18th-century trio sonata was a favourite chamber ensemble, using two treble instruments and one bass, with a keyboard or lute continuo to fill in the harmony.(7) But that treble disappointment also once again stoked the fires which have fuelled his passion for the game for more than half a century, and he has already dug in for the long haul.(8) The Export Trading Act allows the Secretary of Commerce to issue a Certificate of Review to a trading entity that protects it from criminal liability and treble damages under state and federal antitrust laws.(9) The bass is more present than before, and the occasional stridency of the treble has been tamed without an apparent loss of musical information.(10) Sustained lines for the soprano, joined by a boy treble kept from his bed for five minutes' worth of work, provide vocal variety.(11) Becoming a parent can be a daunting experience, but she and her husband had treble the shock when they learned they were expecting triplets.(12) Vanguard's recording preserves most of the piano's dynamic range, betrayed only by some fuzziness in the treble .(13) Five years earlier, in 1735 as a treble , he had sung the role of Oberto in Alcina.(14) That one bonus point adds to the two he collects for being deemed the Knights' second-best player on the day by the Evening Press, and his treble haul takes him back to joint-top of the standings alongside Scott Rhodes.(15) There are three main sizes of modern oboe: the normal treble , the alto oboe d' amore, and the tenor cor anglais or English horn.(16) One wall is made up of cabinets containing hundreds of CDs, and a stereo on which the bass and treble are permanently turned up full.
(1) treble clef :: ト音記号
1. double ::
2. twofold ::
3. two-fold ::
4. dual ::
5. threefold ::
6. three-fold ::
7. soprano ::
Different Formstreble, trebled, trebles, trebling
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