• Graphophone recording and reproducing
    Graphophone recording and reproducing
  • WordNet 3.6
    • v reproduce have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant "The Bible tells people to procreate"
    • v reproduce repeat after memorization "For the exam, you must be able to regurgitate the information"
    • v reproduce make a copy or equivalent of "reproduce the painting"
    • v reproduce recreate a sound, image, idea, mood, atmosphere, etc. "this DVD player reproduces the sound of the piano very well","He reproduced the feeling of sadness in the portrait"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The most reproduced image in the world is Mickey Mouse, which can be found on over 7,500 different items
    • v. t Reproduce To produce again. "Those colors are unchangeable, and whenever all those rays with those their colors are mixed again they reproduce the same white light as before."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Mules are genetically sterile. i.e. they cannot reproduce.
    • reproduce To bring forward again; produce or exhibit anew.
    • reproduce To produce or yield again or anew; generate, as offspring; beget; procreate; give rise by an organic process to a new individual of the same species; propagate. See reproduction.
    • reproduce To make a copy or representation of; portray; represent.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Turkeys can reproduce without having sex. It's called parthenogenesis
    • v.t Reproduce rē-prō-dūs′ to produce again: to form anew: to propagate: to represent
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  • Paul Klee
    “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible.”
  • Oscar Wilde
    “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.”
  • Wallace Stevens
    “Most modern reproducers of life, even including the camera, really repudiate it. We gulp down evil, choke at good.”


In literature:

I have reproduced them here so you won't have to turn back.
"Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son" by John Mills
She reproduced his words, of course.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
Our eye is but a chemical camera, that we have not only reproduced, but even improved upon.
"Tyranny of God" by Joseph Lewis
How is it reproduced?
"The Elements of Agriculture" by George E. Waring
Anything of which you can find a picture can be reproduced.
"What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
It is not wise to reproduce those errors.
"Stained Glass Work" by C. W. Whall
During the campaign of 1868 the pictures were reproduced in the Reconstructionist newspapers.
"Ku Klux Klan" by J. C. Lester
It can evolve only if given something to reproduce.
"The Beasts in the Void" by Paul W. Fairman
The music is reproduced most faithfully.
"A Frenchman in America" by Max O'Rell
Where can one find phrases sufficiently subtle, expressions sufficiently delicate, to reproduce the sweet picture of Nausicaa?
"Greek Women" by Mitchell Carroll

In poetry:

Oh, celestial vision!
What brush may reproduce those magic tints,
Those lines ethereal?--
"The Spagnoletto. Act I" by Emma Lazarus
So plain it reproduced the hours
We lived as one,—the books we read,
Our quiet walks and pleasant talks—
Love, by your spirit was I led?
"You Left Me" by Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard
The fields are green with grass and new-sown wheat,
Tho' here and there a brown stalk may appear,
A dying rag-weed, ripened by the heat,
To reproduce an hundred-fold next year.
"September" by Joseph Horatio Chant

In news:

Over the weekend, Dowd was busted for including a sentence in her Sunday column that was reproduced almost word-for-word from a blog post by Talking Points Memo's Joshua Micah Marshall.
They reproduce at three times the rate of native Gulf shrimp.
Reproducibility of functional MRI activation in clinical practice.
Jack Shafer on ' reproducible ' journalism.
Long Shelf Life Gels Designed to Improve Consistency, Speed, and Reproducibility .
Stodden, The Scientific Method in Practice: Reproducibility in the Computational Sciences, paper no 4773-10, MIT Sloan Research, 9 Feb 2010.
Reproducible NEA's Read Across America Logos.
NEA's Read Across America Reproducible Posters.
Massey said because the scallops reproduce in the summer, they need the month of October to grow.
Well, for one thing, we're seeing a lot of costumes that reproduce tired gender stereotypes .
Traceability and Provenance are often used interchangeably in e-Science, being associated with the need scientists have to document their experiments, and so allow experiments to be checked and reproduced by others.
Music Additions Remixed & Reproduced by J. Scott Fugate, "The Jazz Evangelist".
These are the same cues that drive basic human behaviors that helped us survive as our species evolved: the urge to eat, reproduce, fight, run, and be social.
The Series PF valveless piston pump is specifically designed to ensure accuracy and reproducibility.
Capture a memory and own a moment with photo reprints, digitally reproduced on archive-quality paper.

In science:

Duari et al. (1999) (DCW99) considered whether a shocked wind model could reproduce HCN abundances for O-rich ob jects.
HCN in the inner envelope of {chi} Cygni
This surprisingly simple construction reproduces some of the properties of the tensionless string theories.
A class of six-dimensional conformal field theories
As shown in the figure, the simulations reproduce data well.
Studies of the Response of the Prototype CMS Hadron Calorimeter, Including Magnetic Field Effects, to Pion, Electron, and Muon Beams
GEANT simulation reproduces the electron data well.
Studies of the Response of the Prototype CMS Hadron Calorimeter, Including Magnetic Field Effects, to Pion, Electron, and Muon Beams
HK be the associated reproducing kernel Pontryagin space.
A note on interpolation in the generalized Schur class