facsimile facsimile  /fæk ˈsɪ mə li/


  1. (n) an exact copy or reproduction
  2. (n) duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio
  3. (v) send something via a facsimile machine



  1. With its own independent consciousness, it is, alas, just a facsimile of you.
  2. Hogan facsimile recorders can be plugged into any FM radio.
  3. He then set about constructing half of ancient Rome: a mile-long facsimile of a 1st century street, a 100-yd.


  1. Sixteenth Century Van Damme Hours On View At Morgan Library & Museum

    NEW YORK CITY — The Morgan Library & Museum is displaying its Sixteenth Century original Van Damme Hours to mark the occasion of the manuscript’s facsimile publication by Munich’s Faksimile Verlag.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Antiques and the Arts

  2. Extracted images show iPad version of iOS 7

    Screenshots out of a hacked iOS 7 simulator show a facsimile of what the iPad edition of iOS 7 will look like, reports say. The images, captured by Sonny Dickson, depict apps like Maps, Safari, and the Game, Control, and Notification Centers. Buttons appear to be rearranged in some instances, and/or include functions that would only make sense on an iPhone or iPod touch, such as a camera flash ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: MacNN

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