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i·den·tic

 (ī-dĕn′tĭk)
adj.
1. Being or constituting a diplomatic action or diplomatic language in which two or more governments agree to use the same forms in their relations with other governments.
2. Identical.

[Medieval Latin identicus, identical; see identical.]

identic

(aɪˈdɛntɪk)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) diplomacy (esp of opinions expressed by two or more governments) having the same wording or intention regarding another power: identic notes.
2. an obsolete word for identical

i•den•tic

(aɪˈdɛn tɪk, ɪˈdɛn-)

adj.
1. (of diplomatic action, notes, etc.) identical in form, as when two or more governments deal simultaneously with another government.
2. identical.
[1640–50; < Medieval Latin identicus the same = Late Latin ident(itās) identity + -icus -ic]
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Being one and not another or others; not different in nature or identity:
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