Dupe

• (n.) To deceive; to trick; to mislead by imposing on one`s credulity; to gull; as, dupe one by flattery. • (n.) One who has been deceived or who is easily deceived; a gull; as, the dupe of a schemer.
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dupe

noun a person who is tricked or swindled
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Dupe

Dupe (dūp) noun [ French, probably from Prov. F. dupe , dube ; of unknown origin; equiv. to French huppe hoopoe, a foolish bird, easily caught. Confer Armor. houpérik hoopoe, a man easily deceived. Confer also Gull , Booby .] One who has been deceived ...
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Dupe

Dupe transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Duped (dūpt); present participle & verbal noun Duping .] [ Confer French duper , from dupe . See Dupe , noun ] To deceive; to trick; ...
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Dupe

A copy of a negative. Short for duplicate negative.
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Dupe

A dupe is a positive copy of a positive. A dupe can also be a negative copy of a negative. A dupe is a print made in the reversal process. It can sometimes be clearer to call something a dupe, because to simply say `positive print” you could just mean a positive copy of a negative, which would not be a dupe
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Dupe

A duplicate of an original. Usually the term is used to describe a duplicate trannie. (see copy)
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dupe

Abbrev. fr. duplication.
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dupe

abbreviation: duplication
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dupe

cheat make a fool of 
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dupe

duplicate
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dupe

fool or hoax
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dupe

fool or hoax
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