English translation of 'clone'
Example Sentences Including 'clone'
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Cet excellent guitariste (le minimum exigé dans cette discipline) est pourtant loin de n'être qu'un clone.Le Monde (2002)
Elle repasse chez le coiffeur et en ressort platine en pantalon corsaire, clone de Marilyn.Marie Claire
Il y a quelques semaines le docteur italien Severino Antinori avait affirmé qu'il avait créé un clone mâle à naître en janvier.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Un informaticien timide met au point un clone virtuel qui va se loger dans la tête d'un employé de ménage.Le Monde (2000)
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'clone' in Other Languages
British English: clone /kləʊn/ NOUN
similar If someone or something is a clone of another person or thing, they are so similar to this person or thing that they seem to be exactly the same as them.
Tom was in some ways a younger clone of his handsome father.
- American English: clone
- Arabic: اِسْتِنْسَاخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: clone
- Chinese: 克隆
- Croatian: klon
- Czech: klon
- Danish: klon
- Dutch: kloon
- European Spanish: clon
- Finnish: klooni
- French: clone
- German: Klon
- Greek: κλώνος
- Italian: clone
- Japanese: クローン
- Korean: 클론
- Norwegian: klon
- Polish: klon organizm
- European Portuguese: clone
- Romanian: clonă
- Russian: копия
- Spanish: clon
- Swedish: klon
- Thai: สิ่งมีชีวิตที่เกิดมาจากเซลล์เดียวกัน
- Turkish: klon
- Ukrainian: клон
- Vietnamese: hệ vô tính
British English: clone NOUN
identical A clone is an animal or plant that has been produced artificially.
...the world's first human clone.
Translation of clone from the Collins French to English
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