triplicate[ noun, adjective trip-li-kit, -keyt; verb trip-li-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF triplicate
Synonyms for triplicate
- set of three
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIPLICATE
Bills of exchange are usually drawn in duplicate and sometimes in triplicate.
He made a copy of the indent in triplicate, as well as an office copy.
Herewith you have in triplicate and copy of my former letters.
They are like a three-headed Charles I—or a triplicate Geibel.
And with the lock they had supplied two keys; they had not retained a triplicate.
These statements are made in triplicate, as shown in Fig. 19.
These requisitions should be made in duplicate or triplicate.
This dispatch was sent in triplicate, by different messengers.
Done at London in triplicate, the 5th day of September, 1914.
Now, look to the right and we see a protuberance with a triplicate form.