Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reduplicate.

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Examples

  • He is reduplicating the Hanging Gardens of Babylon right in his own backyard!

    Flower as Big as the Sky

  • However, science, in particular quantum mechanics, is really nothing but our new mythology and our new high priests are the particle physicists who fire subatomic particles through highly expensive tubes, hoping to come close to reduplicating the theoretical Big Bang of the origin of the universe.

    Mesoamerican Religions and Multiverses: Part Two

  • However, science, in particular quantum mechanics, is really nothing but our new mythology and our new high priests are the particle physicists who fire subatomic particles through highly expensive tubes, hoping to come close to reduplicating the theoretical Big Bang of the origin of the universe.

    Mesoamerican Religions and Multiverses: Part Two

  • However, science, in particular quantum mechanics, is really nothing but our new mythology and our new high priests are the particle physicists who fire subatomic particles through highly expensive tubes, hoping to come close to reduplicating the theoretical Big Bang of the origin of the universe.

    Mesoamerican Religions and Multiverses: Part Two

  • On the other hand, i-reduplication can then be blamed on the schwa found in the middle of the Late IE period which would be a natural vowel to initially use when reduplicating a present form to convey the iteration of an action.

    Rethinking the reduplicated perfect in Indo-European

  • On the other hand, i-reduplication can then be blamed on the schwa found in the middle of the Late IE period which would be a natural vowel to initially use when reduplicating a present form to convey the iteration of an action.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • The PCR method can be used for reduplicating a segment of a DNA molecule, e.g. from a blood sample.

    Press Release: The 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • The monosyllabic or reduplicating word of native growth, without contact with Latin or Greek, meets with little favor.

    On Dictionaries

  • -- In the following verbs the perfects were originally reduplicated, but have lost the reduplicating syllable: -- per-cellō percellere perculī perculsus _strike down_ findō findere fidī fissus _split_ scindō scindere scidī scissus _tear apart_ tollō tollere sus-tulī sublātus _remove_

    New Latin Grammar

  • John Lavington, during his nephew's blundering attempt to drop the wax and apply the seal, continued to fasten on him a look of half-amused affection; while the man behind the chair, so oddly reduplicating the lines of his features and figure, turned on the boy a face of pale hostility.

    Short Stories for English Courses

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