triple

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triple

(trĭp′ĕl) [L. triplus, threefold]
Consisting of three; threefold; treble.
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No sooner have they ordered triple vodkas than Roxy has caved in and hugged her sister, and Alfie decides to make a public announcement to the packed pub.
([2]) By probabilistic quasi pseudo-metric space (PgpM-space), we mean an ordered triple (X, P, *), where X is a nonempty set, the operation * is a [t.sub.[Delta]+]-norm and P : [X.sup.2] [right arrow] D satisfies the following conditions: for all x, y, z [member of] X,
Arab media reported late last month that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has ordered triple security checks and body search on visitors as he is deeply afraid of assassination attempts on his life by not just visitors, but even close relatives and aides.