Definitions of "duplicate"
  1. The act of creating an exact copy or replica of something
  2. One of two or more identical objects or units that might have been produced concurrently
How to use "duplicate" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer decided to duplicate the essential documents for her client's case in case the originals were lost.
  2. They found a duplicate of the missing contract in the office drawer, thankfully avoiding a potential dispute.
  3. If a digital document is altered, there should always be a duplicate stored safely as a backup.

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