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To duplicate a photographic image
A person who has been deceived
To swindle, deceive, or trick
A duplicate of a photographic image
A duplicate
A duplicate of an order receipt printed for kitchen staff
{n} a credulous person, one easily tricked
{v} to cheat, trick, deceive, impose on
If a person dupes you, they trick you into doing something or into believing something which is not true. a plot to dupe stamp collectors into buying fake rarities We know some sex offenders dupe the psychologists who assess them
fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
To deceive; to trick; to mislead by imposing on one's credulity; to gull; as, dupe one by flattery
Copy of a photographic transparency Alternatively, another name for a PR Account Executive
A copy negative, short for Duplicate Negative E Back to top
A record that has been identified as an exact copy of another record and has been deleted from a list
A duplicate copy of a film or tape; also, a "dub"
A dupe is someone who is tricked by someone else. He becomes an innocent dupe in a political scandal. someone who is tricked, especially into becoming involved in something illegal (perhaps from huppe type of bird considered stupid). to trick or deceive someone dupe sb into doing sth
{f} fool someone, sucker someone
Two or more name and address records that are found to be equal under the list user's basis of comparison (match code, mathematical formula, etc)
The appearance of identical, repeated information in a database Dupe is short for "duplicate"
a person who is tricked or swindled
A copy Picture is often duped onto a piece of black-and-white film Such dupes are called "slop dupes" or "slop prints " When tracks are duped it is normal to ask for a one-to-one copy, to preserve the same volume level and equalization as the original track
One who has been deceived or who is easily deceived; a gull; as, the dupe of a schemer
Abbrev fr duplication
contact frame-produced film used to duplicate film negatives or film positives Used primarily for art with overlays, final film for prints incorporating halftones and or screen tints, and grids (Clear background, black image area from POS Black background, clear image area from NEG )
Short form which describes duplicate versions of film negatives
Short for duplicate To reproduce a page or an image exactly as it originally appeared
{i} fool, sucker, person who is easily deceived
To remove duplicate entries from a list or database

When I de-duped my MP3 database, it shrank by more than half!.

The act of de-duping

After that de-dupe, my MP3 database took half as much space!.

A dupe
past of dupe
a person who dupes another
One who dupes another
{i} one who deceives, deluder, trickster
plural of dupe
present participle of dupe