duplicate Photostat Xerox carbon cartoon clone counterfeit delineate depict ditto draw dupe engrave engross fake forge imitate knock off limn manifold mimeo mirror mold paint paraphrase photocopy picture plagiarize portray reduplicate Username: Definitions Synonyms Another word for replicate LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD LIST verb To make a copy of: copy, duplicate, imitate, reproduce, simulate. OTHER MERRIAM-WEBSTER DICTIONARIES SPANISH CENTRAL LEARNER'S ESL DICTIONARY WORDCENTRAL FOR KIDS VISUAL DICTIONARY SCRABBLE WORD FINDER MERRIAM-WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY BRITANNICA ENGLISH - ARABIC TRANSLATION NGLISH - SPANISH-ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOW US facebook Exclusive: Sony Emails Reveal Destiny’s Child and Kanye West Movies, and Spidey Cameo in Capt. 3 William Boot December 13, 2014 Historical Examples See how it shows itself in the tender Source
I just came up with unrepeatable. I think I disagree with you here. paulrobert, Aug 2, 2006 #14 jimreilly Senior Member Minneapolis American English Varenka said: Hey everyone, It's rather hard to put this in a proper context as such because it's actually in
Informal Informal words should be reserved for casual, colloquial communication. Andygc, May 4, 2012 #42 wandle Senior Member London English - British wittRules said: ↑ I'm not sure it has to be considered as a pure 'invention'Click to expand... By all means use "irreplicable" if you want to, just expect your readers to be surprised and those who have dictionaries to wonder why you used a word that they cannot Synonym Replica ganacka, Jul 1, 2010 #33 JamesM à la Mod (English Only) Los Angeles, California English, USA Sorry.
To this, I shall very soon give my replication, and I hope the affair will be soon ended. Opposite Of Replicate Replication of a common and popular American plow of the 18th century. People will see it as Author Name with your public word lists. Here's an interesting passage with "unreproduceable" in it: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-e...d-eyre-on-the-meaning-of-culture-1819476.html The great Florentine grandee Piero de' Medici is alleged to have commissioned Michelangelo to make a sculpture in snow after a rare
You use an unusual word to describe an unusual concept. .,, . 1, Aug 2, 2006 #10 JamesM à la Mod (English Only) Los Angeles, California English, USA Varenka said: Unable To Replicate Word See in-3, imitable Related forms Expand inimitability, inimitableness, noun inimitably, adverb Can be confused Expand inimical, inimitable. Perhaps I'll use "unique art object".Click to expand... Anway, I'm going to use it wittRules, May 4, 2012 #46 panjandrum Quondam Moderator Belfast, Ireland English-Ireland (top end) Regardless of whether "irreplicable" is an acceptable term, it doesn't seem
To me they both sound correct, but I guess unreplicable is used more often then.Click to expand... I don't feel that "replicate" is the appropriate concept here.Click to expand... Antonym For Replicate It is not, surely, that these problems cannot be replicated within the rest of medicine. Synonym For Replicate Verb Cite This Source noun copy, reproduction Synonyms noun copy, reproduction replicationstar photocopystar replicastar carbon copystar similaritystar ringerstar fellowstar dupestar secondstar imitationstar fakestar analoguestar counterfeitstar copycatstar repetitionstar reciprocalstar obversestar recurrencestar matestar piratestar
It might be technically possible to reproduce the Mona Lisa but the reproduction would not have the inestimable value of the original. this contact form To me they both sound correct, but I guess unreplicable is used more often then.Click to expand... Explore Thesaurus derived wordreplication /ˌreplɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ noun [uncountable]Synonyms and related words Repetition and repetitive:repetition, repetitive, return... Can anyone suggest an alternative word that I'm not thinking of? Replicate In A Sentence
Are we talking about artistic performances? I mean, my point is that, yes, you can't repeat/ reproduce/ replicate some of the problems that apply to psychiatric medicine, to physical medicine, but this is precisely because those kinds The main problem for me is that "replicate" is such a specific verb, and the -able suffix strikes my ear as incompatible with it. have a peek here Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Dictionary definition aside, I don't see a problem with the grammar of 'irreplicable'. Define Recreate The duplicate had in other words bravely let Miss Wenham know exactly who she was. Cite This Source 1 2 3 ... 7 NEXT   Word Origin & History duplicate early 15c., from L.
Certainly, 'unique' expresses the idea. English "Nonreplicable" is used in scientific papers and journals. Username: Dictionary.com Word of the Day Translate Games Blog Thesaurus.com Favorites Dictionary.com Thesaurus.com My Account Log Out Log In Try Our Apps definitions definitions synonyms translations Follow @dictionarycom follow Dictionary.com The Replicate Vs Duplicate JamesM, Jul 1, 2010 #32 ganacka Senior Member USA - American English "Unreproduceable" doesn't appear to be included in dictionaries either...
I know this is splitting hairs, but this is the point I'm trying to make. Here is the extract where the word is found: 'The wisdom of Mother Nature Lies encrypted in your spiralling layers A code irreplicable, undecipherable.' How does this sound? of replicare "to repeat, reply," lit. "to fold back" (see reply). Check This Out Adjust it higher to choose from words that are more complex. - + Length Length ranks your synonyms based on character count. - + lists blocks Common Common words appear frequently
Commissioner Ould, in his letter of August 1, 1863, effectually silenced this replication. So the problems are irreplicable. . Is it possible for different operators to obtain approximately the same score on replicate samples? incapable of being duplicated or imitated; unique Derived Forms inimitability, inimitableness, nouninimitably, adverb Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.
GenJen54, Aug 2, 2006 #2 JamesM à la Mod (English Only) Los Angeles, California English, USA I've found the word "irreplicable" all over the internet, but I have not yet found The word is completely understandable and in the context of poetry quite reasonable because you are able to twist more meanings form the slight jar of the slightly unfamiliar word. We have so many words that have shades of meaning in this area that I don't think we need a new one right now. Does that make sense?
Cite This Source 1 2 NEXT   Word Origin & History replication late 14c., "action of folding back," also "legal reply, rejoinder," from Anglo-Fr. wittRules, May 4, 2012 #39 wandle Senior Member London English - British According to the OED the word does not exist: No exact results found for "irreplicable" in the dictionary.Click to ganacka, Jul 1, 2010 #22 Majorbloodnock Senior Member South East England British English Could you provide context, please, ganacka? ganacka, Jul 1, 2010 #26 JamesM à la Mod (English Only) Los Angeles, California English, USA I would use "irreplaceable" in this context.
I'm not sure he could exactly duplicate the test room.If others recognized a peek at the past was possible, wouldn't there be a rush to duplicate what Quinn and Howie had In some instances a certain type of cutter will duplicate a certain pattern of marks.