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replica
American English: /ˈrɛpləkə/
British English: /ˈrɛplɪkə/

Translation of replica in Spanish:

noun plural -cas

  • Example sentences
    • The primer-gray monuments are one-third scale replicas of existing commemorative markers scattered throughout the U.S.
    • The styles of the canonical masters, as transmitted through tracing copies and replicas, may thus be considered a kind of DNA imprint from which all subsequent idioms emerge.
    • Scale is a ceramic replica of a bathroom scale - impossible to use, for it would surely break under anyone's weight - imprinted by two feet, one of which has left behind its five toes.

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