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Synonyms of 'reproduce'

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in the sense of emulate
Definition
to imitate (someone) in an attempt to do as well as or better than him or her
I never tried to emulate my father.
Synonyms
take after,
follow in the footsteps of,
follow the example of,
take a leaf out of someone's book,
model yourself on
in the sense of generate
Synonyms
in the sense of imitate
Definition
to copy the manner or style of, or take as a model
a precedent which may be imitated by other activists
Synonyms
ape,
follow suit,
follow in the footsteps of,
take a leaf out of (someone's) book
in the sense of mirror
Definition
to reflect or represent faithfully
His own shock was mirrored in her face.
in the sense of multiply
Definition
to increase in number by reproduction
These creatures can multiply quickly.
in the sense of parallel
His achievements have never been paralleled.
Synonyms
keep pace (with),
measure up to
in the sense of photocopy
Definition
to reproduce on photographic material
She photocopied the cheque before cashing it.
Synonyms
xerox,
take a photocopy of,
make a Xerox of
in the sense of procreate
Definition
to produce (offspring)
Most people feel a biological need to procreate.
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in the sense of proliferate
Definition
to increase rapidly in numbers
Courses in creative writing have proliferated in recent years.
Synonyms
snowball,
run riot,
grow rapidly
in the sense of propagate
Definition
to reproduce or breed
Tomatoes rot in order to transmit their seed and propagate the species.

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