01. The study of genetic mutation from one generation to another was done on fruit flies because they [reproduce] so quickly.02. The Leonardo da Vinci exhibit at the museum featured a number of [reproductions] of some of his most famous works.03. The scientist's research was called into question when others were unable to [reproduce] his results in their own experiments.04. The human species is [reproducing] itself to such a point that we are endangering our planet.05. Studies have shown that certain chemicals in plastics can actually harm cell [reproduction] in humans.06. The dark atmosphere of the novel has been perfectly [reproduced] in the film.07. The [reproductive] organs of both the male and female are found in some species of animals.08. Cells [reproduce] by dividing themselves.09. The plant is able to [reproduce] both sexually and asexually.10. The ability to [reproduce] is one of the distinguishing characteristics of living things.11. Most adult octopuses and squid die after [reproducing], and their bodies provide food for their babies after they hatch.12. If the population of China walked past you in single file, the line would never end because of the rate of [reproduction].13. It is very difficult to get whales to [reproduce] in captivity.14. Unlike many Asian countries, Singapore has no campaign for birth control because the population is not [reproducing] itself very quickly.15. Oscar Wilde once remarked that we can have in life but one great experience at best, and the secret of life is to [reproduce] that experience as often as possible.
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reproduce — REPRODÚCE, reproduc, vb. III. 1. tranz. A reda cu exactitate ceea ce este scris, ceea ce a spus sau a făcut cineva. ♦ A imita felul de a fi, gesturile, mimica cuiva. 2. refl. A reactualiza în memorie idei, cunoştinţe însuşite în cursul… … Dicționar Român
Reproduce — Re pro*duce (r? pr? d?s ), v. t. To produce again. Especially: (a) To bring forward again; as, to reproduce a witness; to reproduce charges; to reproduce a play. (b) To cause to exist again. [1913 Webster] Those colors are unchangeable, and… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
reproduce — I verb beget, breed, bring forth, conceive, copy, create, do again, double, duplicate, engender, father, fecundate, fructify, generate, give birth to, imitate, make again, manifold, mirror, multiply, parallel, portray, procreate, progenerate,… … Law dictionary
reproduce — [v1] make more copies of carbon*, clone, copy, do again, dupe*, duplicate, echo, emulate, engross, follow, imitate, knock off, manifold, match, mimeo*, mimeograph, mirror, parallel, photocopy, photograph, photostat, pirate, portray, print,… … New thesaurus
reproduce — 1610s, to produce again; see RE (Cf. re ) again + PRODUCE (Cf. produce) (v.), probably on model of Fr. reproduire (16c.). Sense of make a copy is first recorded 1850; that of produce offspring is from 1894 … Etymology dictionary
reproduce — propagate, *generate, engender, breed, beget, get, sire, procreate Analogous words: produce, *bear, yield: multiply (See INCREASE) … New Dictionary of Synonyms
reproduce — ► VERB 1) produce a copy or representation of. 2) recreate in a different medium or context. 3) (of an organism) produce offspring. DERIVATIVES reproducer noun reproducible adjective … English terms dictionary
reproduce — [rē΄prə do͞os′, rē΄prədyo͞os′] vt. reproduced, reproducing to produce again; make, form, or bring into existence again or anew in some way; specif., a) to produce by generation or propagation; bring forth one or more other individuals of (the… … English World dictionary
reproduce — verb 1 produce a copy of sth; produce sth again ADVERB ▪ accurately, exactly, faithfully ▪ The painting is reproduced very accurately. ▪ The book s characters are faithfully reproduced in the movie. ▪ … Collocations dictionary
reproduce — [[t]ri͟ːprədju͟ːs, AM du͟ːs[/t]] reproduces, reproducing, reproduced 1) VERB If you try to reproduce something, you try to copy it. [V n] I shall not try to reproduce the policemen s English... [V n] The effect has proved hard to reproduce. Syn:… … English dictionary