duplicate

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  • He can change the size of his body and duplicate himself at will.
  • What idea can we form of the original, if we judge it by its duplicates? Cited from Superstition In All Ages (1732), by Jean Meslier
  • Even when he was out of town, duplicates of all orders were sent to him. Cited from Half a Rogue, by Harold MacGrath
  • Only when one duplicate has died can the other cross between the worlds.
  • They were able to produce duplicates of an agent when one was killed.
  • He ran eight races the following season, but was unable to duplicate his success.
  • Users can both create and re-use content and reduce duplicated development efforts.
  • By duplicating certain parts of the machine, both operations are performed at the same time. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 79, May, 1864, by Various
  • There are some apparent duplicates forms for which the original form has been lost.
  • He was asked why he had assured the officer he had no duplicates? Cited from The Infant System, by Samuel Wilderspin
  • When a person is duplicated, the original can just pass out of the machine without a second thought.
  • Then, every second frame has one of its fields duplicated, resulting in three fields.
  • As many duplicates of each already constructed network cell as desired can be used.
  • It featured multiple levels of command and duplicate service companies existing in different regions.
  • But that first season could not be duplicated, on or off the field.
  • This makes him realize for the first time how independent his duplicates actually are.
  • The host will ask for another response should an answer be duplicated.
  • Thus there may be duplicate cards that allow access to multiple facilities in one area.
  • New words are sometimes created, the meaning of which duplicating existing terms.
  • It is important to note that duplicate states are not added to the state set, only new ones.
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Words starting with duplicate

Meaning of duplicate

  • noun A copy that corresponds to an original exactly
    he made a duplicate for the files
  • verb Make or do or perform again
    He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick
  • verb Make a duplicate or duplicates of
    Could you please duplicate this letter for me?