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The meaning of Facsimileing

fakˈsɪmɪli

Facsimileing – definition

verb

Make a copy of.

Usage examples:

The ride was facsimiled for another theme park
noun

An exact copy, especially of written or printed material.

Usage examples:

A facsimile of the manuscript

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传真

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Faxen

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Télécopie

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Faxen

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प्रतिकृति

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Fax

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팩스

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Факсимиле

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Fax

Word origin

late 16th century (originally as fac simile, denoting the making of an exact copy, especially of writing): modern Latin, from Latin fac! (imperative of facere ‘make’) and simile (neuter of si

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