- a machine for making duplicates, as a mimeograph.
Origin of duplicator
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Examples from the Web for duplicator
The only real pieces of evidence were your duplicator and the original gun.Watch the Sky
James H. Schmitz
"Miss Peters will do that with the duplicator," beamed Avelyn.For the School Colours
This duplicator, a tube about 2½ inches in diameter and about 12 inches long, was used to copy farm records.
My idea was to ask Miss White to lend us the duplicator, and we'd make a copy for each Form.The Leader of the Lower School
It was a new experience to turn the handle of the duplicator, and, in shirt-sleeve garb, to clip up the pages.The Blocking of Zeebrugge
Alfred F. B. Carpenter
- an apparatus for making replicas of an original, such as a machine using a stencil wrapped on an ink-loaded drum
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