Definition of 'reproduction'
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The study concluded:'Patients should be advised about the adverse effect of sugar and mainly artificial sweeteners on the success of assisted reproduction. The Sun (2016)With the reproduction of her work in cards her reputation spread more widely. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Photocopies or reproductions of the voucher not valid. The Sun (2011)His grandfather and then his mother ran the family business in reproduction furniture. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The findings could have serious implications for the booming industry in assisted reproduction. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It turns out that this frantic reproduction of his work was actively misleading. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Photocopies or other reproductions of the vouchers will not be valid. The Sun (2009)Both studies point towards a new theme in understanding the risks of assisted reproduction. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And this phenomenon raises a host of urgent questions about exactly who should have the right to assisted reproduction. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The high-quality reproductions in this volume are complemented by biographical photographs and explanatory essays. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Surprisingly perhaps, many of his clients have swapped their antique pieces for his reproductions. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He may be inspired by his native landscape but his pieces are not reproductions, he insists. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Editions are not reproductions of a work, but original pieces produced in the same way in a studio. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Those who consider it demeaning to the concept of human reproduction need not play and can save the modest 20 cost. The Sun (2011)The Picasso Centre displays reproductions of the paintings and of pencil drawings from his first visit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And, of course, this pill could have serious ramifications for human reproduction. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Centre Picasso in the village contains reproductions of the paintings and of pencil drawings from his first visit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'reproduction'
British English: reproduction /ˌriːprəˈdʌkʃən/ NOUN
A reproduction is a copy of something such as an antique or a painting.
...a reproduction of a popular painting.
- American English: reproduction
- Arabic: صُورَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: reprodução
- Chinese: 繁殖
- Croatian: reprodukcija
- Czech: reprodukce obrazu
- Danish: reproduktion
- Dutch: reproductie
- European Spanish: reproducción
- Finnish: lisääntyminen
- French: reproduction
- German: Fortpflanzung
- Greek: αναπαραγωγή
- Italian: riproduzione
- Japanese: 繁殖
- Korean: 재생산
- Norwegian: gjengivelse
- Polish: reprodukcja
- European Portuguese: reprodução
- Romanian: copie
- Russian: размножение
- Spanish: reproducción
- Swedish: avbildning
- Thai: การผลิตใหม่
- Turkish: üreme
- Ukrainian: репродукція
- Vietnamese: tác phẩm sao chép
Definition of reproduction from the Collins English Dictionary
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