duplicable

[doo-pli-kuh-buhl, dyoo-]
adjective
capable of being duplicated.
Also, duplicatable [doo-pli-key-tuh-buhl, dyoo-] .


Origin:
duplic(ate) + -able

duplicability, duplicatability, noun
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duplicate
 
adj
1.  copied exactly from an original
2.  identical
3.  existing as a pair or in pairs; twofold
 
n
4.  an exact copy; double
5.  something additional or supplementary of the same kind
6.  two exact copies (esp in the phrase in duplicate)
 
vb
7.  (tr) to make a replica of
8.  (tr) to do or make again
9.  (tr) to make in a pair; make double
10.  (intr) biology to reproduce by dividing into two identical parts: the chromosomes duplicated in mitosis
 
[C15: from Latin duplicāre to double, from duo two + plicāre to fold]
 
duplicable
 
adj
 
duplica'bility
 
n
 
'duplicately
 
adv
 
'duplicative
 
adj

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It's about those who profited from the duplicable event and those who got in its way.
In short, the feed supplement in question was easily duplicable.
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