Identical - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |aɪˈdentɪkl|  American pronunciation of the word identical
Brit.  |aɪˈdentɪk(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word identical


- exactly alike; incapable of being perceived as different (syn: indistinguishable)
rows of identical houses
cars identical except for their license plates
- being the exact same one; not any other: (syn: selfsame, very)
this is the identical room we stayed in before
- having properties with uniform values along all axes
- coinciding exactly when superimposed
identical triangles

Extra examples

We visited the identical place we stopped at last year.

They were wearing identical coats.

The boxes were identical in shape.

They drove virtually identical cars.

The results were identical to those of the first test.

This is the very identical man.

His hat is identical to mine.

The number of the card is identical with the one on the checkbook.

Nutritionally, infant formulas are almost identical to breast milk.

The ingredients are identical with those of competing products.

The sisters were identical in appearance and character.

One of the boys has a freckle on his cheek. Otherwise, the twins are nearly identical.

...they liked to clothe the twins in identical outfits just to confuse people...

The prints were identical with those of a convicted person.

We flew over the city with its serried ranks of identical grey houses.

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