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What is the thing which becomes double after taking half? Please find out the thing.

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closed as too broad by JMP, Rand al'Thor, Sid, Rubio Dec 18 '17 at 17:53

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Possible answers, in no particular order:

* quadruple (remove half, and it becomes double)
* half an hour (remove "half" to get "an hour")
* double decker (remove the other 6-letter word, becomes "double")
* hurry (take half of the allowed time, and your hurry doubles)
* multiplication (remove multiplication by half, and the result doubles)

Or in other words, this may possibly be a bit too broad to fit the guidelines.

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One answer could be:

The number 0. You can take half of zero, and it will still be zero, which is the double of zero.

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Another possibility:

Doubleheader. If you take half of the word it becomes double.

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Maybe not quite right but how about

A cell (organism)? When it splits in half you get two 'identidal' cells, they will be the same size as the original cell if you wait a bit.

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I doubt this is correct, but:

Time. If you take away half the allotted time for an activity, you will need to "double time" to get it done.

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