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conduplicate

[ kon-doo-pli-kit, -dyoo- ]
/ kɒnˈdu plɪ kɪt, -ˈdyu- /
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adjective Botany.

(of a leaf in the bud) folded lengthwise with the upper face of the blade within.

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Origin of conduplicate

1770–80; <Latin conduplicātus (past participle of conduplicāre to double), equivalent to con-con- + duplicātusduplicate

OTHER WORDS FROM conduplicate

con·du·pli·ca·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for conduplicate

conduplicate
/ (kɒnˈdjuːplɪkɪt) /

adjective

botany folded lengthways on itselfconduplicate leaves in the bud

Derived forms of conduplicate

conduplication, noun

Word Origin for conduplicate

C18: from Latin conduplicāre to double; see duplicate
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Medical definitions for conduplicate

conduplicate
[ kŏn-dōōplĭ-kĭt ]

adj.

Folded upon itself lengthwise.
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