duplicationnoun [ U ]uk /ˌdʒuː.plɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ us /ˌduː.pləˈkeɪ.ʃən/
Examples from literature
- Even so beautiful a process as that for the duplication of phonograph records was solemnly held by a Federal judge as lacking invention—as being obvious to any one.
- The danger of an exact duplication is quite generally understood by persons having any knowledge of forgery, and is therefore avoided.
- The duplication of the seals used, composed of wire and lead, is easy, and the opening of locks scarcely less so.
- The use of standard patterns, uniformity in design and duplication of parts was applied, not only to the rolling stock, but to the railroad as well, wherever it was possible.