Definition of 'duplicate'
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He was also told to hand over duplicate keys for several of the offices overlooking the hotel. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)We could be polite, affectionate even, concerned about Pat, but the love we had lost was impossible to duplicate now. MAN AND WIFE (2002)
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Translations for 'duplicate'
British English: duplicate VERB
If you duplicate something that has already been done, you repeat or copy it.
His task will be to duplicate his success overseas here at home.
British English: duplicate ADJECTIVE
Duplicate is used to describe things that have been made as an exact copy of other things, usually in order to serve the same purpose.
He let himself in with a duplicate key.
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