uniquify (uniquifies, present participle uniquifying; past and past participle uniquified)

  1. (computing) To eliminate duplicates from a list, especially when using the *nix command/function uniq.
  2. (computing) To turn an instance of a type into an instance of a new unique copy of the original type.
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