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identic

[ ahy-den-tik, ih-den- ]
/ aɪˈdɛn tɪk, ɪˈdɛn- /
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Diplomacy. (of action, notes, etc.) identical in form, as when two or more governments deal simultaneously with another government.

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Origin of identic

1640–50; <Medieval Latin identicus the same, equivalent to Late Latin ident(itās) identity + -icus-ic
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identic
/ (aɪˈdɛntɪk) /

adjective

diplomacy (esp of opinions expressed by two or more governments) having the same wording or intention regarding another poweridentic notes
an obsolete word for identical
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