duplicate

Part of speech: verb

To make a duplicate of; reproduce; copy; ropeat.

Part of speech: adjective

Made or done exactly like an original.

Part of speech: adjective

Growing in pairs; double.

Part of speech: noun

Originally one of two, now one of any number of objects exactly alike; an exact copy; a reproduction.

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Usage examples "duplicate":

  1. There is an exceedingly well executed duplicate of the large Christ, drawn with a pen. - "A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume Two", Thomas Frognall Dibdin.
  2. He must have mentioned the evidence, but what does that amount to since it's disappeared along with the duplicate of the report, if Howells made one? - "The Abandoned Room", Wadsworth Camp.
  3. Who can repeat a joy or duplicate a sweet sorrow? - "The Delicious Vice", Young E. Allison.