Definitions

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  • adj. That can be replicated.

Etymologies

replica +‎ -able (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • We take the word replicable very seriously - we do not mean a top-down funded showcase - but one that is based on ICT, open design, and digital fabrication - in harmony with its natural life support systems.

    Mutualist Blog: Free Market Anti-Capitalism

  • "It's replicable, which is one of the most important things about being able to franchise a business," she says.

    Restaurant Franchises Try Truckin' as a Way to Grow

  • He simply wants to know if your results are replicable, which is the core of science.

    Pollack and Schrag at the NAS Panel « Climate Audit

  • But "the fluid dynamics of attention," however much they do govern our response to works of art or literature when we are freely encountering them, are not really "replicable" in the college classroom unless you want to spend most of it simply reading a novel, poem, or story and directing your students to be very dynamic in their attention.

    Philosophy and Literature

  • Helvetica and Objectified have a kind of replicable filmic style, a

    Personal Weblog of Joe Clark, Toronto

  • "commercially proven" technology that has operated at a scale of 30mW for at least 12 months, or a smaller "replicable" model that has financial backing for an upgrade.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • "replicable", i.e. if we did the same survey on the same question over the same segment of the population, we should get the same answer within the margin or error.

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  • "The construction of water jars is highly replicable which is why each and every homestead in this community has a water jar.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • Now that it consists of endlessly replicable electrons, we are ethically unmoored.

    The Freeloaders

  • This chapter and the next present findings from two novel and exploratory proof-of-concept personal investigations conducted in my private life—and replicable in laboratory research—that addresses the question: can we document the presence of spirits in healing sessions?

    The Sacred Promise

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