- a copy exactly like an original.
- anything corresponding in all respects to something else.
- Cards. a duplicate game.
- to make an exact copy of.
- to do or perform again; repeat: He duplicated his father's way of standing with his hands in his pockets.
- to double; make twofold.
- to become duplicate.
- exactly like or corresponding to something else: duplicate copies of a letter.
- consisting of or existing in two identical or corresponding parts; double.
- Cards. noting a game in which each team plays a series of identical hands, the winner being the team making the best total score.
- in duplicate, in two copies, especially two identical copies: Please type the letter in duplicate.
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Examples from the Web for unduplicated
Contemporary Examples of unduplicated
There are many assumptions, including that these mother grizzlies are indeed “unduplicated.”What It Takes to Kill a Grizzly Bear
November 23, 2014
Historical Examples of unduplicated
This fact heightens the probability that the unduplicated verses should also be assigned to some form of that document.Sources of the Synoptic Gospels
Carl S. Patton
- copied exactly from an original
- existing as a pair or in pairs; twofold
- an exact copy; double
- something additional or supplementary of the same kind
- two exact copies (esp in the phrase in duplicate)
- (tr) to make a replica of
- (tr) to do or make again
- (tr) to make in a pair; make double
- (intr) biology to reproduce by dividing into two identical partsthe chromosomes duplicated in mitosis
Word Origin for duplicate
Word Origin and History for unduplicated
1620s, "to double," from Latin duplicatus, past participle of duplicare (see duplicate (adj.)). Meaning "make an exact copy" is from 1640s (implied in duplicated). Related: Duplicating. The noun is first recorded 1530s.