- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)II(Roget's IV) v.1. [To make an exact copy]Syn. copy, photocopy, photograph, photostat, Xerograph, Xerox (trademark), print, run off, mimeograph, multigraph, type, reprint, duplicate, clone, record, portray, transcribe, electrotype, stereotype, reimpress, restamp; see also copy 2 .2. [To make a second time]Syn. repeat, duplicate, replicate, re-create, recount, revive, reenact, redo, reawaken, relive, remake, reflect, follow, mirror, echo, reecho, represent.3. [To multiply]Syn. procreate, engender, breed, generate, propagate, fecundate, hatch, father, beget, impregnate, progenerate, Sire, repopulate, multiply, proliferate, give birth, spawn.III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) v.1. copy duplicate, replicate, redo, photocopy, reprint, clone, imitate, counterfeit.2. propagate breed, spawn, multiply, engender, procreate, proliferate.IV(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb 1. To make a copy of: copy, duplicate, imitate, replicate, simulate. See SAME. 2. To produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind: breed, increase, multiply, procreate, proliferate, propagate, spawn. See REPRODUCTION.
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reproduce — REPRODÚCE, reproduc, vb. III. 1. tranz. A reda cu exactitate ceea ce este scris, ceea ce a spus sau a făcut cineva. ♦ A imita felul de a fi, gesturile, mimica cuiva. 2. refl. A reactualiza în memorie idei, cunoştinţe însuşite în cursul… … Dicționar Român
Reproduce — Re pro*duce (r? pr? d?s ), v. t. To produce again. Especially: (a) To bring forward again; as, to reproduce a witness; to reproduce charges; to reproduce a play. (b) To cause to exist again. [1913 Webster] Those colors are unchangeable, and… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
reproduce — I verb beget, breed, bring forth, conceive, copy, create, do again, double, duplicate, engender, father, fecundate, fructify, generate, give birth to, imitate, make again, manifold, mirror, multiply, parallel, portray, procreate, progenerate,… … Law dictionary
reproduce — [v1] make more copies of carbon*, clone, copy, do again, dupe*, duplicate, echo, emulate, engross, follow, imitate, knock off, manifold, match, mimeo*, mimeograph, mirror, parallel, photocopy, photograph, photostat, pirate, portray, print,… … New thesaurus
reproduce — 1610s, to produce again; see RE (Cf. re ) again + PRODUCE (Cf. produce) (v.), probably on model of Fr. reproduire (16c.). Sense of make a copy is first recorded 1850; that of produce offspring is from 1894 … Etymology dictionary
reproduce — propagate, *generate, engender, breed, beget, get, sire, procreate Analogous words: produce, *bear, yield: multiply (See INCREASE) … New Dictionary of Synonyms
reproduce — ► VERB 1) produce a copy or representation of. 2) recreate in a different medium or context. 3) (of an organism) produce offspring. DERIVATIVES reproducer noun reproducible adjective … English terms dictionary
reproduce — [rē΄prə do͞os′, rē΄prədyo͞os′] vt. reproduced, reproducing to produce again; make, form, or bring into existence again or anew in some way; specif., a) to produce by generation or propagation; bring forth one or more other individuals of (the… … English World dictionary
reproduce — verb 1 produce a copy of sth; produce sth again ADVERB ▪ accurately, exactly, faithfully ▪ The painting is reproduced very accurately. ▪ The book s characters are faithfully reproduced in the movie. ▪ … Collocations dictionary
reproduce — [[t]ri͟ːprədju͟ːs, AM du͟ːs[/t]] reproduces, reproducing, reproduced 1) VERB If you try to reproduce something, you try to copy it. [V n] I shall not try to reproduce the policemen s English... [V n] The effect has proved hard to reproduce. Syn:… … English dictionary
reproduce — 01. The study of genetic mutation from one generation to another was done on fruit flies because they [reproduce] so quickly. 02. The Leonardo da Vinci exhibit at the museum featured a number of [reproductions] of some of his most famous works.… … Grammatical examples in English