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1: copy that is not the original; something that has been copied [syn: replica, replication, reproduction]
noun Etymology: Italian, repetition, from replicare to repeat, from Late Latin, from Latin, to fold back — more at reply Date: 1824 an exact reproduction (as of a painting) executed by the original artist 1. < a > replica of this was painted…this year — Constance Strachey a copy exact in all details 2. < DNA makes a > replica of itself < sailed a >; replica of the Viking ship broadly copy < this faithful, pathetic > replica of a Midwestern suburb — G. F. Kennan Synonyms: see reproduction n. 1 a duplicate of a work made by the original artist. 2 a facsimile, an exact copy. 3 a copy or model, esp. on a smaller scale.
Etymology: It. f. replicare REPLY Replica Rep"li*ca (r?p"l?-k?), n. [It. See
Reply, v. & n.] 1. (Fine Arts) A copy of a work of art, as of a picture or statue, made by the maker of the original. 2. (Mus.) Repetition.
(replicas) A replica of something such as a statue, building, or weapon is an accurate copy of it. ...a human-sized replica of the Statue of Liberty... N-COUNT: usu N of n
Autograph copy, duplicate. n. Doppelganger, actual thing, burlesque, carbon copy, clone, copy, counterpart, dead ringer, ditto, double, dummy, dupe, duplicate, duplication, equivalent, exact counterpart, facsimile, homograph, homonym, homophone, idem, identical same, imitation, knockoff, likeness, mock-up, model, no other, none other, paraphrase, parody, photocopy, quadruplicate, repetition, replication, representation, reproduction, selfsame, spit and image, spitting image, synonym, the same, the same difference, travesty, triplicate, twin, version, very image, very same
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