Translation of duplication in Spanish:

duplication

copia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌd(j)upləˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ /djuːplɪˈkeɪʃn/

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noun

  • 1

    (of document)
    copia feminine
    duplicación feminine
    • That would simply lead to a proliferation of bodies, unnecessary duplication of costs and effort, and coordination problems.
    • Now, the idea there, as I understand it, is to avoid unnecessary duplication between submissions.
    • All parties were permitted to be represented at the various phases in a manner designed to avoid unnecessary duplication.
    • It is possible that the primary physician might be able to address the problem or may even have already done so, so this action results in unnecessary duplication of effort.
    • Mechanisms are clearly needed for sharing of data, archiving of all relevant findings whether positive or negative, and avoiding duplication of effort.
    • Coordination of clinical trials throughout Europe could greatly enhance the potential of new investment in this area and would avoid duplication of effort.
    • Services are in the process of being centralised to avoid duplication of treatments and spreading staff too thinly across both Epsom and St Helier hospitals.
    • It is aimed at making the prosecution process more efficient and avoiding duplication.
    • The processes used for mass duplication of early gramophone records were remarkably similar to those used throughout the era of analogue disc recording.
    • Four nutritionists identified related concerns: the lack of a clear referral process and duplication of services.
    • Scale free networks can be explained through the simple process of duplication and preferential attachment.
    • In some cases, the answer turned out to be a process of duplication and innovation.
    • The sequence of bases for genes of fundamental processes such as DNA duplication and respiration are almost the same in all cells.
    • The process of duplication ensures that at least one copy of your information is available in the event the primary copy is disrupted.
    • I know that the thought of extra spending and unnecessary duplication of phone number listings might grate on the minds of those tasked with making sure dollars are spent right.
    • The result is inefficiency, the unnecessary duplication of services, extra pressure on overstretched surgeons and their teams and needless trauma for patients.
    • In a tight financial climate, universities increasingly want to avoid duplication and inefficiencies to avoid excessive government intervention in their affairs.
    • This avoids duplication, cuts cost and gives everyone greater clout against the increasingly competitive forces of the global food sector.
    • In this manner the brain avoids duplication of function.
    • Good progress has been made in efforts to cut out duplication and also take off the names of those since found safe and well.
  • 2

    (of effort, work)
    repetición (innecesaria) feminine