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clone

verb [T]
 
 
/kləʊn/
PRODUCTION to create a product that is very similar to another one: The idea was pioneered by Freemarket, and cloned by countless others.
to create an illegal copy of something such as a credit card: The card is then cloned and cash taken from the victim's account.
Translations of “clone”
in Spanish clonar…
in French cloner…
in German klonieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 克隆,使無性繁殖,複製…
in Russian клонировать…
in Turkish klonlamak, aynısını/benzerini yaratmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 克隆,使无性繁殖…
in Polish klonować…
(Definition of clone verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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