[adj., n. rep-li-kit; v. rep-li-keyt]
Also, replicated. folded; bent back on itself.
verb (used with object), replicated, replicating.
to bend or fold back: a replicated leaf.
to repeat, duplicate, or reproduce, especially for experimental purposes.
verb (used without object), replicated, replicating.
to undergo replication.
something that is replicated, as an experiment or procedure.

1525–35; < Late Latin replicātus past participle of replicāre to fold back. See re-, ply2, -ate1

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1.  (also intr) to make or be a copy of; reproduce
2.  to fold (something) over on itself; bend back
3.  to reply to
4.  folded back on itself: a replicate leaf
[C19: from Latin replicātus bent back; see replica]

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replicate rep·li·cate (rěp'lĭ-kāt')
v. rep·li·cat·ed, rep·li·cat·ing, rep·li·cates

  1. To duplicate, copy, reproduce, or repeat.

  2. To reproduce or make an exact copy or copies of genetic material, a cell, or an organism.

A repetition of an experiment or a procedure.
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Replicated from the film's cutting-edge, computer-generated images, the book's
  pop-up monsters leap into life on every page.
The question is whether this model can be replicated.
We are all aware of the need for results to be replicated.
The programs are meant to serve as national models that can be replicated
  elsewhere in the country.
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