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duplication 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌd(y)o͞opləˈkāSHən/,
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duplications, plural;
  1. The action or process of duplicating something

  2. A copy

  3. A DNA segment in a chromosome which is a copy of another segment


  1. duplicate: a copy that corresponds to an original exactly; "he made a duplicate for the files"
  2. (duplicate) extra: something additional of the same kind; "he always carried extras in case of an emergency"
  3. (duplicate) make or do or perform again; "He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick"
  4. (duplicate) being two identical
  5. twin: duplicate or match; "The polished surface twinned his face and chest in reverse"
  6. (duplicate) double: increase twofold; "The population doubled within 50 years"
  7. Gene duplication (or chromosomal duplication or gene amplification) is any duplication of a region of DNA that contains a gene; it may occur as an error in homologous recombination, a retrotransposition event, or duplication of an entire chromosome. ...
  8. (Duplicate (film)) Duplicate is an Indian Bollywood movie released on May 8, 1998. The movie was directed by Mahesh Bhatt and stars Shahrukh Khan in a double role opposite Juhi Chawla and Sonali Bendre. ...
  9. (The Duplicate) The Duplicate, published in 1988, is a science fiction novel for young adults written by William Sleator.
  10. The act of duplicating, or the state of being duplicated; a doubling; a folding over; a fold; The act or process of dividing by natural growth or spontaneous action; as, the duplication of cartilage cells
  11. (duplicate) To counterfeit, especially when the counterfeiting card matches one already present in the one's hand.
  12. (Duplicate) double or doubled over, as the 2 similar sides of a leaf
  13. (Duplicate (Dups.)) Duplicates, also known as Dups., are moulded from the original metal Die. These can be made of various materials but are usually Bakelite or fibreglass. Dups. are used to reduce costs when making multiple Dies by etching and or engraving.
  14. (Duplicate) (n) : copy, counterpart, replica
  15. (Duplicate) A method of reusing players cards from one set of contestants to another.  When not in play, the cards are kept separated in a board until the cards are ready for play at another table
  16. (Duplicate) A person or housing unit that is enumerated more than once in the census or in the coverage measurement survey.
  17. (Duplicate) A second aliquot or sample that is treated the same as the original sample in order to determine the precision of the analytical method. (See: aliquot.)
  18. (Duplicate) A shortcut representation a combination of copying an item such as a →frame, then pasting a new identical version of the item at the same or a different location.
  19. (Duplicate) An additional copy of a stamp that one already has in a collection. Beginners often consider stamps to be duplicates that really are not, because they overlook perforation, watermark or color varieties.
  20. (Duplicate) An applicant's request for a copy of an existing license.
  21. (Duplicate) The form of the game played at bridge clubs and tournaments. Cards are not mixed up and reshuffled when a deal is over. The same deals are played over and over by different players, and the scoring comes from comparisons after all the rounds have been played in a session.
  22. (Duplicate) To leave your opponent the same good number in all areas of the board. If you duplicate numbers, it will reduce the number of constructive rolls available to your opponent.
  23. (Duplicate) Two identical records, typically caused by a software or operational error. This is normally found with usage data such as CDRs but can also occur with other transactions such as orders, activations etc. ...
  24. (Duplicate) Using the keypad inside The Cube, the player must type out the phrase spelled out on the floor within 15 seconds. The letters on the keypad are in an irregular fashion, and are slowly moving.
  25. (Duplicate) an alternative way of scoring and supplying cards. In duplicate hands are dealt once or prepared independently and placed in boards. The hands can then be played by different people. Each board is played independently and part scores are not carried over to the next board.