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trip·li·cate • adj. / ˈtriplikit/ existing in three copies or examples: triplicate measurements. • n. / ˈtriplikit/ archaic a thing that is part of a set of three copies or corresponding parts: the triplicate of a letter to the Governor. • v. / -ˌkāt/ [tr.] make three copies of (something); multiply by three. PHRASES: in triplicate three times in exactly the same way: the procedure was repeated in triplicate. ∎  existing as a set of three exact copies: this form is in triplicate and must be handed to all employees. DERIVATIVES: trip·li·ca·tion / ˌtripləˈkāshən/ n.

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