from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A machine, such as a mimeograph, that reproduces printed or written material.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A device that reproduces pages of typed, printed or written material; a copier.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who duplicates anything; one who makes duplicates.
- n. A machine or other coutrivance for making duplicates, as of a writing or drawing or the like.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. apparatus that makes copies of typed, written or drawn material
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Most of the divers thought I was a little fanatical about my two projects -- information storage and what I called the duplicator library -- mint condition originals of any equipment we might need.
In Britain the machine was known as a duplicator or a Gestetner machine.
Â The Legion gave them to Superboy by using a "duplicator" to "recreate" each "particle" in a Legionnaire's body and shrink it, to make "an almost living likeness" of each of them.
No, I have to purchase a copier that is a combination scanner, fax machine, printer, and duplicator — and none of the extra features are ever used.
Looking to get a blu ray duplicator (independant from computer) for about 700.
It also includes a boot manager, a disk duplicator and a backup manager.
The awesomely, Sovietly square Nexcopy USB200PC key duplicator will flash 20 USB sticks at once from a master key.
Since you've identified yourself as an Enemy Of The Administration (tm), the the NSA's auto-copy posting duplicator is archiving your posts.
At the heart of Iran's Islamic Revolution was a stencil duplicator and a tape recorder.
Suppose I invented a duplicator gun with which I could duplicate physical goods as easily as I can now duplicate intellectual goods movies, music, books.