duplicated

[ noun, adjective doo-pli-kit, dyoo-; verb doo-pli-keyt, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF duplicated
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Emma is Emma, you know, and cannot be duplicated, imitated nor replaced.

I cannot bear the thought of seeing England duplicated in Ireland.

There is not one that has not been duplicated, triplicated, ah!

He duplicated the action, but it was absurdly difficult to get out of the chair.

He duplicated this process with the best print he could find of the left foot.

It was a bare announcement of arrival, duplicated to Pretoria and De Aar.

The lines in the tips of my fingers could not be duplicated in a million years.

The building could probably be duplicated to-day for one-half that sum.

Mark Trefethen's score had been neither raised nor lowered, but had been duplicated.

Can this scene be duplicated in Formosa and Korea, where the Japanese hold sway?

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., "having two parts, double," from Latin duplicatus, past participle of duplicare "to double," from duo "two" (see two) + plicare "to fold" see ply (v.1)). Meaning "exactly corresponding, that is an exact copy of" is from 1812.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DUPLICATED

copied

adjectivereproduced
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