What is another word for triplicate?

Pronunciation: [tɹˈɪplɪkət] (IPA)

The word "triplicate" refers to something that has been replicated three times or three copies of an item or document. Synonyms for this word could include "triple", "thrice", "triune", "tripartite", "triad", or "trilogy". In a technical or scientific context, the term "triplication" may also be used. These synonyms can be used interchangeably to convey the same meaning of something being repeated three times or split into three separate entities. When drafting a document or presenting information, using synonyms and varied phrasing can help to convey information more clearly and maintain the reader's attention.

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Usage examples for Triplicate

It was merely a question of one man, and he awake, having power to act without first submitting a request to somebody in triplicate on blue-form B. The time came, after a month or two, when even natives dared to leave their houses after dark.
"Rung Ho!"
Talbot Mundy
So we may say that craving and capacity for brain work plus ardor plus perseverance in its pursuit, the triplicate of natural ability, are the reflections in conduct and character of balanced and sufficient ante-pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal-interstitial contributions in the chemical formula of the personality.
"The Glands Regulating Personality"
Louis Berman, M.D.
To obviate this difficulty, it was often necessary to set up the paper in duplicate, and sometimes, when late, in triplicate: but the improvements in the printing machines have been so great, that four thousand copies are now printed on one side in an hour.
"On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures"
Charles Babbage

Famous quotes with Triplicate

  • The 1976 Bicentennial is not going to be invented in Washington, printed in triplicate by the Government Printing Office and mailed to you by the United States Postal Service.
    Richard Milhous Nixon
  • The idea is to generate paperwork. The word could hardly be more apt. Paper is work. Paper is the big employer. Someone fills out a form (in triplicate), someone files one copy, the other copy goes somewhere else to be filed by someone else, the third is retained by the customer for his records. The most insignificant transaction must be scrupulously recorded and logged, filed and stored, even, on occasion, retrieved.
    Geoff Dyer
  • I delighted his fussy little soul, because by adding what I remembered of Navy protocol to what he was able to teach me of Army routine, we came up with as snarled a mass of red tape as any field-grade officer in the whole history of all armed forces had been able to accumulate. Oh, I tell you, nobody sneezed in New York without a report being made out in triplicate, with eight endorsements. Of course there wasn’t anybody to send them to, but that didn’t stop the Major. He said with determination: “Nobody’s ever going to chew out for noncompliance with regulations—even if I have to invent the regulations myself!”
    Frederik Pohl

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