Definition of identikit in English:

identikit

Syllabification: i·den·ti·kit
Pronunciation: /īˈdentiˌkit
 
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noun

trademark
A picture of a person, especially one sought by the police, reconstructed from typical facial features according to witnesses' descriptions: [as modifier]: an identikit photograph
More example sentences
  • Police may get a better picture of a suspect by ‘morphing’ together identikits obtained from more than one witness description, researchers said yesterday.
  • The book will teach children to interpret all forms of abuse, and how to reach the police, give evidence, and complete an identikit.
  • She has been extremely helpful with the information she provided yesterday to enable us to put the identikit together.

Origin

1960s: blend of identity and kit1.

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