replicable

[rep-li-kuh-buhl]
adjective
capable of replication: The scientific experiment must be replicable in all details to be considered valid.

Origin:
1950–55; replic(ate) + -able

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Main Entry:  replicable
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  pertaining to something that may be repeated in an experiment, able to be copied or reproduced
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Example sentences
Results not only can be replicable, but must be if communication is to be
  possible.
But far be it for me to ridicule science when it is based on observable facts
  and replicable evidence.
Intellectual property is the embodiment or automation of effort, replicable
  easily for all.
It's designed as a single, flexible surface, where each of the units is
  replicable across the entire structure.
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