"Double, double, toil and trouble....what's that mean?

Double double toil and trouble

Fire burn and cauldron trouble

What is that line mean to the witches?

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This is a demonic incantation used by the witches. Doubling the toil means that they wish to pile up the pain Macbeth is experiencing, which will thus double the trouble. As for the rest, picture a witch in front of her cauldron mixing a spell in its depths.