In basketball , a double-double is a single-game performance in which a player accumulates ten or more in two of the following five statistical categories: points , rebounds , assists , steals , and blocked shots. The first "double" in the term refers to the two double categories and the second "double" refers to accumulating ten or more typically double digits in that category. Similarly, a player records a triple-double , quadruple-double , and quintuple-double when accumulating ten or more in three, four, or all five of the statistical categories, respectively. While double-doubles and triple-doubles occur regularly each NBA season, only four quadruple-doubles have ever officially been recorded in the NBA,  and a quintuple-double has never officially been recorded at the professional, collegiate, or even high school boys' level. A double-double is a performance in which a player accumulates a double-digit total in two of five statistical categories— points , rebounds , assists , steals , and blocked shots —in a game.
Top definition. When two people having sex both cum, shit themself , and puke at the same time. Me and my boyfriend had the flu and to numb the pain we decided to get drunk. Then we started shagging and it was going great until we ended in a double triple. We pretty much have to replace the bed now.
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A warning: My mind wanders. If I take my eye off it, my mind can get lost in a souk of its own creation. Do not send me to the attic for a hatbox. A simple word can set me off on a cascade of associations.
A double entendre [note 1] plural double entendres is a figure of speech or a particular way of wording that is devised to have a double meaning, of which one is typically obvious, whereas the other often conveys a message that would be too socially awkward, sexually suggestive, or offensive to state directly. A double entendre may exploit puns or word play to convey the second meaning. Double entendres generally rely on multiple meanings of words, or different interpretations of the same primary meaning. They often exploit ambiguity and may be used to introduce it deliberately in a text.