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From Latin fac simile (make like), from fac (make), imperative of facere (make), + simile, neuter of similis (like, similar).

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  • IPA: /fækˈsɪm.ɪ.li/, SAMPA: /f{k.sIm.I.li/

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Singular
Facsimile

Plural
Facsimiles

Facsimile (plural Facsimiles)
  1. A copy or reproduction.
  2. A fax, a machine for making and sending copies of printed material and images via radio or telephone network.
  3. The image sent with the machine itself.

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Infinitive
to Facsimile

Third person singular
Facsimiles

Simple past
facsimiled

Past participle
facsimiled

Present participle
facsimiling

to Facsimile (third-person singular simple present Facsimiles, present participle facsimiling, simple past and past participle facsimiled)
  1. (transitive) To send via a facsimile machine; normally only spoken as “fax”.

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