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replica

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈrep.lɪ.kə/
an exact copy of an object: The ship is an exact replica of the original Golden Hind.
Translations of “replica”
in Arabic نُسخة طِبق الأصل…
in Korean 모형…
in Malaysian replika…
in French réplique…
in Turkish eş, örnek, kopya…
in Italian replica, riproduzione identica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 複製品, 仿製品, 摹本…
in Russian реплика, точная копия…
in Polish kopia, replika…
in Vietnamese bản sao, mô hình…
in Spanish réplica…
in Portuguese réplica…
in Thai สำเนา…
in German die Replik…
in Catalan rèplica…
in Japanese 模造品, レプリカ…
in Indonesian tiruan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 复制品, 仿制品, 摹本…
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