Word:

clone

Pronunciation: klōn
n.1.(Biol.) a group of organisms derived from a single individual by some kind of asexual reproduction; - used mostly of microorganisms such as bacteria and yeast.
2.(Biol.) an individual organism containing a genetic complement identical to that of another organism, produced by using the genetic material from the second animal in a non-sexual reproduction process.
3.something virtually identical to another object.
v. t.1.(Biol.) to make a clone from; to make identical copies of an organism by a non-sexual process of reproduction.
2.(Microbiol.) to grow colonies of a microorganism by spreading a suspension of the microorganism onto a solid growth medium (such as in a Petri dish), at a concentration such that individual colonies will grow from single cells sufficiently well separated from other colonies so that pure cultures derived from a single organism can be isolated.
3.(Biochem.) to make large quantities of a segment of DNA by inserting it, using biochemical techniques, into the DNA of a microorganism, and growing that microorganism in large numbers; as, to clone the gene for growth hormone.
Noun1.clone - a person who is almost identical to another
Synonyms: dead ringer, ringer
2.clone - a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction
Synonyms: clon
3.clone - an unauthorized copy or imitation
Synonyms: knockoff
Verb1.clone - make multiple identical copies of; "people can clone a sheep nowadays"
(jargon)clone - 1. An exact copy of a product, made legally or illegally, from documentation or by reverse engineering, and usually cheaper.

E.g. "PC clone": a PC-BUS/ISA, EISA, VESA, or PCI compatible x86-based microcomputer (this use is sometimes misspelled "klone" or "PClone"). These invariably have much more bang per buck than the IB PCM they resemble.

E.g. "Unix clone": An operating system designed to deliver a Unix-like environment without Unix licence fees or with additional "mission-critical" features such as support for real-time programming.

2. A clonebot.
Photostat, Xerox, copy, counterpart, ditto, double, dupe, duplicate, duplication, facsimile, hectograph, manifold, microcopy, microfilm, mimeo, mimeograph, model, multigraph, quadruplicate, reduplicate, repetition, replica, replicate, replication, representation, reproduce, reproduction, stat, trace, transcribe, triplicate
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