[ US /ˈɹɛpɫəˌkeɪt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛplɪkˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. make or do or perform again
    He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick
  2. reproduce or make an exact copy of
    copy the genetic information
    replicate the cell
  3. bend or turn backward
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How To Use replicate In A Sentence

  • The card game mentioning 'la garsa' is exactly what he is trying to replicate ... only the egret hasn't caught the fish in his mouth .... Who is E.V., potter in San Miguel..?
  • Consumers remain hunkered down, and the Federal Reserve is nearly tapped out in providing monetary stimulus, so it can't replicate the sharp cuts in interest rates that gave the economy a big lift in the 1980s. Lessons of Reagan's Rebound
  • They typically etch chip designs onto a glass material called a photomask, which is then used to replicate the pattern onto silicon wafers. Computerworld News
  • The videos were projected onto two screens built to replicate the gnomonic and ‘Robinson projections’ of representing the globe on a two dimensional surface.
  • Every time a chromosome replicates itself, its telomeres shorten in length.
  • The Mac's graphical user interface, soon replicated in Microsoft Windows, saving the world from the even more bureaucratic MS-DOS, was radical in its elegance and ease. William Bradley: Steve Jobs: Hardly a Perfect Person, Perhaps a Perfect Icon
  • A collimator is a simple device that uses a reflective surface and lenses to replicate a target at infinity. Undefined
  • One of the most remarkable metapatterns that replicate throughout nature and the universe is defined by the numerical ratio termed phi. The G.O.D. Experiments
  • You can't easily replicate that kind of creepy omniscience, and until today it makes me wonder whether some god-like entity of biological origins is behind the progress of human civilization. MIND MELD: The Best Aliens in Science Fiction
  • Since then, I've longed to replicate the delicious, savory, and often quite filling meals that we ate together.
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