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replicable

[rep-li-kuh-buh l] /ˈrɛp lɪ kə bəl/
adjective
1.
capable of replication:
The scientific experiment must be replicable in all details to be considered valid.
Origin of replicable
1950-1955
First recorded in 1950-55; replic(ate) + -able
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a Y-shaped part of a chromosome that is the site for DNA strand separation and then duplication

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adj.

1520s, "that may be replied to," from Latin stem of reply + -able. Meaning "that may be duplicated" is from 1953, from replicate (v.). Related: Replicability.

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