What is another word for Duplicating?

Pronunciation: [djˈuːplɪkˌe͡ɪtɪŋ] (IPA)

Duplicating refers to the process of creating an exact copy of something. It is a term that can be replaced by a wide range of synonyms, including replicating, copying, cloning, mirroring, reproducing, imitating, and mimicking. These words all describe the action of performing a task again in exactly the same way or creating a replica of an existing object. Other synonyms include echoing, reiterating, reechoing, and doubling up. Each of these words provides a slightly different emphasis or connotation, but they all refer to the basic idea of creating a duplicate of something. Whether you are creating a backup file or producing a duplicate of a product, there are many synonyms to choose from to describe the process.

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Usage examples for Duplicating

The Pentagon announces that for the first time there has been practically complete success in Duplicating the terror beam used by the space invaders at Boulder Lake!
"Operation Terror"
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
But the fact that the soul of a great play cannot be analyzed does not prevent some other dramatist from Duplicating the miracle in another play.
"Writing for Vaudeville"
Brett Page
The committee has a completed directory of the fifty square blocks in the district, and so perfect was the system that there is no Duplicating and wrangling.
"Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror"
Richard Linthicum Trumbull White Samuel Fallows

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