Translation of duplicate in Spanish:

duplicate

Pronunciation: /ˈd(j)upləkət//ˈdjuːplɪkət/

adjective

  • 1

    a duplicate copy un duplicado
    • a duplicate key un duplicado / una copia de una llave
    • duplicate invoice (double invoice) factura por duplicado
    • Then I staggered home and gave up my duplicate keys.
    • Maintenance of the service numbers and the civilian numbers is not consistent with this aim and is a problem where duplicate numbers have been issued.
    • Still, we wondered, why couldn't the server recognize duplicate keys, and just refuse the installation?
    • They then applied for a driver's permit with his name but their photo. taking everything that they had gotten they walked into a dealer and ordered a duplicate key for the car.
    • It addressed the issue of duplicate entries and excess paperwork, instead allowing for immediate on site recording of all maintenance work.
    • And beyond duplicate copies, we just don't have that much space here anyway!
    • For example, I never realised you should keep duplicate copies of receipts.
    • The government will issue a new or duplicate number to the name on the certificate.
    • Nora makes duplicate keys for whoever asks and encourages them to walk right in whenever they please.
    • They were strongly suspicious the motorbike had been stolen by the rental operator who obviously knew their temporary address and had a duplicate key.
    • At the very least, you should make an extra copy of your most vital data on duplicate media and store it off-site.
    • We deleted duplicate hospital records by retaining only one copy of events characterised as the same admission for the same patient on the same day.
    • Based upon analysis of duplicate samples, reproducibility was better than 3% of the measured concentration of each element.
    • In many cases, only the locksmith who installed the original system can make duplicate keys.
    • Deepening the mystery are police claims the raid was carried out by someone who had a duplicate key.
    • Last year the locks on all 164 rooms at the hotel had to be changed after an armed gang escaped with a bag of duplicate card keys.
    • They were duplicate copies that the commission had.
    • The fee for a duplicate renewal license shall be $5.
    • She suggested that in the morning I try to find a license bureau and obtain a duplicate license.
    • Drivers seeking a duplicate licence have to go to their local Garda station with photographic identification and their social security number and have a D800 form signed by a member.

noun

  • 1

    duplicado masculine
    copia feminine
    in duplicate por duplicado

transitive verb

  • 1

    (copy)
    (document/letter) hacer copias de
  • 2

    (repeat)
    (efforts/work) repetir

    en forma innecesaria