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P. and V. δίς.
twice as large as: Ar. and P. διπλάσιος (gen.).
twice as well: P. διπλασίῳ ἄμεινον.
twice as great, or twice as much, adj.: P. δὶς τοσοῦτος (Thuc. 6, 37), V. δὶς τόσος.
twice as much, adv.: V. δὶς τόσως, Ar. διπλασίως μᾶλλον (Ar. 1578).
your father's house, glorious before, you have now made twice as glorious: V. πατρὸς δὲ καὶ πρὶν εὐκλεᾶ δόμον νῦν δὶς τόσως ἔθηκας εὐκλεέστεραν (Euripides, Rhesus 159).
surely these troubles are twice as many instead of single: V. ἆρ' ἐστι ταῦτα δὶς τόσ' ἐξ ἁπλῶν κακά; (Sophocles, Ajax 277).