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cc2 abbreviation of "carbon copy," originally referring to a copy of a document, letter, or the like that is made by using carbon paper, now designating a copy or duplicate that is made through any means.
clone an exact duplicate or reproduction; copy. [4/5 definitions]
ditto a duplicate or close copy. [2/5 definitions]
double to duplicate. [1/19 definitions]
facsimile an exact copy or duplicate, as of something printed or pictorial; reproduction. [1/2 definitions]
flying bridge a small, often open platform over the pilothouse or bridge of a ship, that is equipped with a duplicate set of controls.
hectograph to duplicate by means of a hectograph. [1/2 definitions]
irreplaceable impossible to replace or duplicate.
paste1 in computing, to place a duplicate of (a file or data) in another location on a computer or within a document after copying or cutting the file. [1/7 definitions]
pole2 in a dividing nucleus, cell, or organism, one of the two points about which duplicate parts arrange themselves. [1/4 definitions]
reduplicate to repeat or duplicate. [1/5 definitions]
repeat to restate or duplicate (the words of someone else). [1/7 definitions]
replicate to repeat or duplicate. [1/4 definitions]
reproduce to make a copy or duplicate of. [1/6 definitions]
tandem a bicycle, truck, or the like that has duplicate parts, such as seats or axles, arranged one behind the other. [1/5 definitions]
trace1 to duplicate by following the lines on an original as seen through a sheet of transparent paper. [1/11 definitions]
word processor a computerized device, such as an electronic typewriter, or combination of devices, such as a video screen, program, memory, and printer, used to generate, edit, print, store, duplicate, or transmit text. [1/2 definitions]