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Synonyms for reproduce

Synonyms for reproduce

to make a copy of

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

Synonyms for reproduce

have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant

recreate a sound, image, idea, mood, atmosphere, etc.

repeat after memorization


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The researchers, from Queen's in Belfast and American universities found sharks can reproduce asexually in the rare parthenogenesis method.
Sony will further offer an impressive picture quality with the ability to reproduce variety of colors.
This may be because the genes that tell the cell to reproduce keep on firing, or because the genes that normally tell the cell to stop reproducing have been damaged or lost.
UWM and TACOM will reproduce the parts with a lightweight material initially.
At the same time, the individuals more resistant to the disease are more likely to survive and reproduce. The new study [1] shows the first evidence that such attenuation of HIV (with the virus becoming less able to reproduce, and also less able to be transmitted) appears to have occurred.
Hwang, the lead researcher, claims to oppose the idea of cloning to reproduce a human being because it is "unethical".
Your skin, hair, and gut continually crawl with microscopic bacteria (single-cell organisms), fungi (FUN-guy, single cell or multicellular organisms such as mold and yeast), and viruses (nonliving particles that invade and reproduce in a living cell).
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." Unlike the character Lord Henry in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, we don't believe in settling for only one great experience in a lifetime.
I would like to find a way to reproduce this issue and hand it out to my Soldiers.
Since advance permission to reproduce the document is granted by HHS, school counselors are encouraged to reproduce and distribute handbook materials to appropriate stakeholders including students, parents and caregivers, and school personnel.
Their parentage can be kept secret so others can not reproduce them.
Despite record-mogul fear mongering about the sounds of silence that will descend if they can't sell you $18 CDs, you can't tell me people won't still perform music--and even reproduce it in forms that people might be able to pirate--merely because they won't be able to make a healthy living at it.
Stone Gallery aims to reproduce the world's most beautiful natural stones, emulating their colours and structural variations.
Its wideband characteristics allow the series to reproduce voice audio on all bands for design into a variety of communication equipment.
Put another way, denouncing metropolitan populations as uniformly racist and imperialistic, thus implicitly white, may inadvertantly concede, participate in and reproduce racialized and colonized people's exclusion from these societies.