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Origin of replicate

First recorded in 1525鈥35; from Late Latin replic膩tus, past participle of replic膩re 鈥渢o fold back鈥; see re-, ply2, -ate1

OTHER WORDS FROM replicate

non路rep路li路cate, adjectivenon路rep路li路cated, adjective
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How to use replicate in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for replicate

replicate

verb (藞r蓻pl瑟藢ke瑟t) (mainly tr)
(also intr) to make or be a copy of; reproduce
to fold (something) over on itself; bend back
to reply to
adjective (藞r蓻pl瑟k瑟t)
folded back on itselfa replicate leaf

Derived forms of replicate

replicative, adjective

Word Origin for replicate

C19: from Latin replic膩tus bent back; see replica
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