- Not particularly intelligent, as in only two digits in her IQ.
She was so double digit, she couldn't finish middle school.
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double-digit — ˌdouble ˈdigit adjective [only before a noun] relating to numbers between 10 and 99: • Few economists expect a return to the double digit inflation and interest rates seen at the end of the 1980s. • double digit growth in the Chinese market * * * … Financial and business terms
double-digit — adj [only before noun] especially AmE relating to the numbers 10 to 99 British Equivalent: double figure ▪ double digit inflation … Dictionary of contemporary English
double-digit — adjective AMERICAN a double digit number is between 10 and 99 … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
double-digit — [dub′əldij΄it] adj. amounting to ten percent or more [double digit inflation] … English World dictionary
double digit — single/double/triple, etc. digit ► used to say whether a number is between 1 and 9, between 10 and 99, between 101 and 999, etc.: »He forecast that double digit inflation would return. »single digit, etc. losses/gains in single/double, etc.… … Financial and business terms
double-digit — ¦ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ ¦ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ adjective : of 10 percent or more double digit inflation double digit price increases * * * ˌdouble ˈdigit ; adjective (NAmE … Useful english dictionary
double-digit — ADJ: ADJ n A double digit number is between 10 and 99. Australia had 15 years of double digit inflation. ...a double digit increase in profits … English dictionary
double-digit — adjective Date: 1959 amounting to 10 percent or more < double digit inflation > < double digit price increases > … New Collegiate Dictionary
double-digit — adjective AmE related to the numbers 10 to 99, especially as a percentage: double digit inflation see also: double figures … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
double-digit — adj. Double digit is used with these nouns: ↑gain, ↑increase, ↑inflation, ↑unemployment … Collocations dictionary