Translation of duplicate in Spanish:
adjectiveAmerican English: /ˈd(j)upləkət/ British English: /ˈdjuːplɪkət/
- (before noun) a duplicate copya duplicate keyun duplicadoduplicate invoiceun duplicado or una copia de una llave(double invoice)factura (feminine) por duplicadoExample sentences
- They were duplicate copies that the commission had.
- For example, I never realised you should keep duplicate copies of receipts.
- And beyond duplicate copies, we just don't have that much space here anyway!
nounAmerican English: /ˈd(j)upləkət/ British English: /ˈdjuːplɪkət/
- in duplicateExample sentences
- Now things are sorted, you should be able to identify duplicates, spares, and rubbish.
- What you really need is some kind of weighted-sampling without replacement (which you can simulate by throwing out duplicates, but then you waste time trying to find a reasonable sample).
- The pair were both head down reading duplicates of some glossy brochures.
transitive verbAmerican English: /ˈd(j)upləˌkeɪt/ British English: /ˈdjuːplɪkeɪt/
- 1.1 (copy)(letter/document)1.2 (repeat)hacer copias de(work/efforts)Example sentences
- Now the president is saying, oh, well, we might give you tax relief if you will sign on to my prescription drug proposal, which duplicates coverage that's already provided.
- Research that duplicates other work unnecessarily or which is not of sufficient quality to contribute something useful to existing knowledge is unethical
- Alliances create better communities which tap into the strength of their multiple institutions and decrease unnecessarily duplicated resources.
- Simply, we're now able to copy an atom, duplicating everything about it except its position and velocity in a new atom somewhere else.
- I have taken pictures in rain and snow and duplicated exact copies of this same type of picture in the past for experimentation purposes.
- More likely, they thought they could duplicate the Spain success.
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