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duplicator
American English: /ˈd(j)upləˌkeɪdər/
British English: /ˈdjuːplɪkeɪtə/

noun

  • duplicating machine
    Example sentences
    • Need a full service provider of DVD-R & CD-R media, duplicators, printers & recorders?
    • Incorporating the same 12x CD-R technology, the CD duplicator creates copies of 650MB CDs in at least six minutes.
    • He was exposed frequently to anhydrous ammonia leaks from duplicators and a microfilm processor camera, and described the odor of ammonia occurring during these leaks.

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