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adjective as in copied

adjective as in tracked

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SpaceX investigated the issue and found that it was due to some trace amounts of a masking material used to protect engine components making their way into fuel lines.

Its pulsating motion effectively removes traces of makeup, dirt, and oil better than fingertips.

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After a few hard winters, most of the settlers fled and left almost no trace.

“The cold traps in these permanent shadows are sort of like garbage collectors,” Haynes says, and every time someone lands on the Moon these pockets become slightly contaminated with traces of human presence like rocket fuel.

All sorts of things have happened that have left sort of smell traces.

But then, if a clear line of causality could be traced, we wouldn't be talking about Palmer.

The majority of the early cases were traced back to unsanitary needles.

But ProPublica traced the photograph back to a stock photo company called StockTrek Images.

But much can be traced to the expansion of regulatory power.

The historians involved have traced the cup back to King Fernando I of Spain (1037-1065).

Idly his pen traced upon the paper in front of him a large X, the sign of the unknown quantity.

The general traced two lines on the dusty earth, about eight feet apart.

The execution is such that the drawing of the gown and the lines of the face seem to have been traced by an engraver's tool.

There he had been watching his movements, and traced him, with dreadful suspicion, to the house of Vanboeren.

The sound holes may have been traced down and even the upper and lower circular holes bored.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to traced, such as: drawn, duplicated, etched, imitated, imprinted, and outlined.

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