Being the same as another; identical.
“This is a duplicate entry.”
In which the hands of cards, tiles, etc. are preserved between rounds to be played again by other players.
to make a copy of
“If we duplicate the information, are we really accomplishing much?”
to do repeatedly; to do again
“You don’t need to duplicate my efforts.”
to produce something equal to
“He found it hard to duplicate the skills of his wife.”
One that resembles or corresponds to another; an identical copy.
“This is a duplicate, but a very good replica.”
An original instrument repeated; a document which is the same as another in all essential particulars, and differing from a mere copy in having all the validity of an original.
A redeeming a pledged item.
The game of duplicate bridge.
The game of duplicate Scrabble.
A biological specimen that was gathered alongside another specimen and represents the same species.
To make a copy (replica) of.
“On entering a host cell, a virus will start to replicate.”
To repeat (an experiment or trial) with a consistent result.
The outcome of a replication procedure; an exact copy or replica.
A tone that is one or more octaves away from a given tone.
Folded over or backward; folded back upon itself.
“a replicate leaf or petal”
“the replicate margin of a shell”
make an exact copy of; reproduce
“it might be impractical to replicate Eastern culture in the west”
(of genetic material or a living organism) reproduce or give rise to a copy of itself
“interleukin-16 prevents the virus from replicating itself”
“in order to replicate, cells must make copies of their DNA”
repeat (a scientific experiment or trial) to obtain a consistent result
“these findings have been replicated by Metzger and Antes”
of the nature of a copy
“a replicate Earth”
of the nature of a repetition of a scientific experiment or trial
“the variation of replicate measurements”
a close or exact copy; a replica
“young reptiles should not be considered merely small replicates of adults”
a repeated experiment or trial
“five replicates were performed per dilution”
a tone one or more octaves above or below the given tone.