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identical

adjective uk   /aɪˈden.tɪ.kəl/ us    /-t̬ə-/
B2 exactly the same, or very similar: I've got three identical blue suits. The two rooms were virtually identical. The interests of both parties may not be identical, but they do overlap considerably. The tests are identical to those carried out last year.
identically
adverb uk   /-kəl.i/ us  
The two sisters were always dressed identically (= in the same clothes).
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