quadruplicate


1qua·dru·pli·cate

adjective \kwä-ˈdrü-pli-kət\

Definition of QUADRUPLICATE

1
:  consisting of or existing in four corresponding or identical parts or examples <quadruplicate invoices>
2
:  being the fourth of four things exactly alike

Origin of QUADRUPLICATE

Latin quadruplicatus, past participle of quadruplicare to quadruple, from quadruplic-, quadruplex fourfold, from quadri- + -plic-, -plex fold — more at -fold
First Known Use: 1656

Rhymes with QUADRUPLICATE

2qua·dru·pli·cate

transitive verb \-plə-ˌkāt\
qua·dru·pli·cat·edqua·dru·pli·cat·ing

Definition of QUADRUPLICATE

1
:  to make quadruple or fourfold
2
:  to prepare in quadruplicate
qua·dru·pli·ca·tion \-ˌdrü-plə-ˈkā-shən\ noun

First Known Use of QUADRUPLICATE

circa 1661

Rhymes with QUADRUPLICATE

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3qua·dru·pli·cate

noun \kwä-ˈdrü-pli-kət\

Definition of QUADRUPLICATE

1
:  four copies all alike —used with in <typed in quadruplicate>
2
:  one of four things exactly alike; specifically :  one of four identical copies

First Known Use of QUADRUPLICATE

1790

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