Definition of 'reproduce'
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Just reproducing wire copy is not going to drive subscriptions. Computing (2010)A study said mums' fat deposits shorten a newborn's lifespan by damaging structures that help cells reproduce. The Sun (2016)They are all cancer cells and all they can do is grow and reproduce. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)There are combinations of plants seen elsewhere that enchanted you and that you try to reproduce. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No one has been able to reproduce these effects in field conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If she can reproduce that form she has to be involved. The Sun (2014)Replace them with stem cells that reproduce the lost tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then they slot in behind their partner and try to reproduce it exactly. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning (1993)Once viruses have a foothold they begin to reproduce in our cells. Stay Well This Winter (1989)It is hard to bet against them regaining their place in the top flight if they reproduce this form. The Sun (2009)But there has to be a huge doubt about him reproducing his best form with the ground quickening all the time. The Sun (2014)So we try to reproduce that. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As the science advances, stem cells could reproduce the disease in a test tube. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At present, tribute bands try to reproduce exactly what their heroes did. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Midfielder needs to reproduce his early-season form. The Sun (2008)At home, he would try to reproduce the sound of the town chimes on the keyboard. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Furthermore it reproduces the form of disciplinary society itself; prisons are societies in microcosm. Foucault and Derrida - The Other Side Of Reason (1990)A manufactured pill tried to reproduce the effect but it did not work as well as the smoke. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He punished the players with the withering prediction that if they reproduced that form, the team would finish eighth. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has given him huge confidence that he can also reproduce the rugby form that took him to the brink of England selection. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And how can I reproduce this effect in translation? The Times Literary Supplement (2013)But reproducing this effect on a smaller scale, in gardens, is a very different matter. The Sun (2015)He will be expected to reproduce that form at Leicester City. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So, like an addict wanting to reproduce the effect of their first high, you are forced to go higher and steeper. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the first room, we see him encountering the old masters who served as his mentors, trying to reproduce their effects with grim results. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'reproduce'
British English: reproduce VERB
If you try to reproduce something, you try to copy it.
The effect has proved hard to reproduce.
Definition of reproduce from the Collins English Dictionary
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