Replica (Crossword clue)

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We found 5 answers for “Replica” .

This page shows answers to the clue Replica, followed by 8 definitions like “(v. & n.) Repetition”, “Copy that is not the original” and “A copy of the original, a facsimile”. Synonyms for Replica are for example carbon, carbon copy and copy. More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.

CARBON COPY (6,4)

Definitions of “Replica”
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• A copy of the original, a facsimile
• Replication copy that is not the original
• (Noun) Plural form: replicas
• (v. & n.) A copy of a work of art, as of a picture or statue
• In art, an exact copy of an artefact produced by the original artist
• (Plan 9) replica is a client–server data-replication system for Plan 9 from Bell Labs
• A replica is an exact reproduction (as of a painting) executed by the original artist or a copy or reproduction
• A specimen for electron microscopic examination obtained by coating a crystalline array or other virus material with carbon
• An exact duplicate of the original, using the same materials and manufacturing techniques as were used to produce the original article

Synonyms of “Replica”
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carbon, carbon copy, copy, double, duplicate, genetic copy, mock-up, representation and twin.


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