replicate

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  • He wanted to provide a game that replicated football that could be played at home.
  • This was then replicated by other upper-class women and the practice spread.
  • This activity replicates a five story building where water is needed at the top.
  • Most research and political theory since this time has replicated the factors shown above.
  • This finding has been replicated in at least three following independent studies.
  • This model program has been replicated in hundreds of programs around the world.
  • Over the next two and a half years, the campaign was replicated in six other cities.
  • They occur at one time in one place and can't be replicated.
  • The course was designed to replicate a college French literature course for high school students.
  • The year later they finished sixth, a position it would take another forty five years to replicate.
  • This finding has been replicated on a popular German science television show.
  • Sharp accepted as he thought the look they gave could not be replicated by the crew.
  • Each unique character requires a master piece of type in order to be replicated.
  • When challenged later to replicate the study, he failed to find significant results.
  • This festival has now been replicated in cities all around Australia.
  • A number of singles followed, but the band was unable to replicate their previous success.
  • This energy is released very rapidly and can be replicated without much effort by the user.
  • Models generally make no attempt to replicate scale weight, only size.
  • This was later replicated and developed in the studio for the game software.
  • The units for k would need to allow for these to be replicated on the right hand side.
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Words starting with replicate

Synonyms of replicate

Meaning of replicate

  • verb Reproduce or make an exact copy of
    replicate the cell, copy the genetic information