1
[ verb ] make a copy or equivalent of

Examples

"reproduce the painting"

Used in print

(The Christian Science Monitor,...)

Drums , xylophones , castanets , and other percussive_instruments are reproduced remarkably well .

(High Fidelity, 11:10...)

The easiest way to describe this release is to say that it reproduces an interesting and effective Steinberg performance with minimal alteration of its musical values .

Steinberg seems to have gone directly back to the score , discounting tradition , and has built his performance on the intention to reproduce as faithfully as possible exactly what Brahms set_down on_paper .

(Nathan Rapport, ""I've Been Here before!"...)

But why is it necessary to reproduce the retinal image within the brain ?

2
[ verb ] have offspring or young

Synonyms

multiply procreate

Examples

"The deer in our neighborhood reproduce madly" "The Catholic Church tells people to procreate, no matter what their economic situation may be"

Used in print

(Modern Maturity, 4:6...)

All living creatures from the lowest form of insect or animal life evidence the power of creativity , if it is only to reproduce a form like their own .

3
[ verb ] recreate an idea, mood, atmosphere, etc. as by artistic means

Examples

"He reproduced the feeling of sadness in the portrait"

Related terms

re-create catch fine_arts

4
[ verb ] repeat after memorization

Synonyms

regurgitate

Examples

"For the exam, you must be able to regurgitate the information"

Related terms

repeat regurgitation

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