reproduced

All Verb
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  • Before this trip he had only ever seen these works reproduced in books.
  • Fields often reproduced elements of his own family life in his films.
  • This early Japanese view has also been often reproduced in old Western works.
  • Therefore, the true number of species may be less than the full list of described species reproduced below.
  • This successful model is highly regarded and reproduced all around the world.
  • The format has been reproduced around the world in a large number of international versions.
  • The series is perhaps his best known and most widely reproduced.
  • This is a unique historical image which cannot be reproduced by other means.
  • The song was also reproduced in several books and records after the German occupation ended.
  • The painting has been widely reproduced, seen across Canada in schools and public institutions.
  • If you want to draw a picture it is the same, the picture is reproduced here.
  • The Western book was no longer a single object, written or reproduced by request.
  • The following information is reproduced from the US government coast pilot information.
  • Articles reproduced in books listed above are not included on this list.
  • Can intelligence be reproduced using high-level symbols, similar to words and ideas?
  • These were reproduced at smaller scale in most important towns and cities in the Empire.
  • However, despite being reproduced in some other hymn books, it is largely unknown today.
  • They may have been experimental devices and were never widely reported or reproduced.
  • When additional information is needed before a study can be reproduced, the author of the study might be asked to provide it.
  • If the original code uses the other choice, the original code simply cannot be reproduced at any given point in time.
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Root form of reproduced is reproduce for the verb.

Meaning of reproduced

  • verb Make a copy or equivalent of
    reproduce the painting
  • verb Have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant
    The Bible tells people to procreate
  • verb Recreate a sound, image, idea, mood, atmosphere, etc.
    this DVD player reproduces the sound of the piano very well, He reproduced the feeling of sadness in the portrait