a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)
a thing made to be similar or identical to another thing
"she made a copy of the designer dress"; "the clone was a copy of its ancestor"
copy, written matter(noun)
matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials
material suitable for a journalistic account
"catastrophes make good copy"
copy down as is
"The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over"
imitate, copy, simulate(verb)
reproduce someone's behavior or looks
"The mime imitated the passers-by"; "Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
reproduce or make an exact copy of
"replicate the cell"; "copy the genetic information"
make a replica of
"copy that drawing"; "re-create a picture by Rembrandt"
To produce an object identical to a given object.
Please copy these reports for me
To place a copy of an object in memory for later use.
First copy the files, and then paste them in another directory.
Receive a transmission successfully.
Do you copy?
The output of copywriters, who are employed to write material which encourages consumers to buy goods or services.
The text of newspaper articles.
Submit all copy to the appropriate editor.
A school work pad.
Tim got in trouble for forgetting his maths copy.
A printed edition of a book or magazine.
Have you seen the latest copy of Newsweek yet?
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A copy is as nearly like the original as the copyist has power to make it; a duplicate is exactly like the original; a carbon copy of a typewritten document must be a duplicate; we may have an inaccurate copy, but never an inaccurate duplicate. A facsimile is like the original in appearance; a duplicate is the same as the original in substance and effect; a facsimile of the Declaration of Independence is not a duplicate. A facsimile of a key might be quite useless; a duplicate will open the lock. A counterpart exactly corresponds to another object, but perhaps without design, while a copy is intentional. An imitation is always thought of as inferior to the original; as, an imitation of Milton. A replica is a copy of a work of art by the maker of the original. In law, a copy of an instrument has in itself no authority; the signatures, as well as other matters, may be copied; a duplicate is really an original, containing the same provisions and signed by the same persons, so that it may have in all respects the same force and effect; a transcript is an official copy, authenticated by the signature of the proper officer, and by the seal of the appropriate court. While strictly there could be but one duplicate, the word is now extended to an indefinite number of exact copies. Reproduction is chiefly applied to living organisms.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
Dictionary of English Synonymes
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
transcript, reproduction, transcription, replica, replication, facsimile, duplicate, pasticcio, counterpart, counterfeit, imitation, apograph, estreat, exemplification, protocol, porotype, pattern, model, original, example, precedent, manuscript
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How to use copy in a sentence?
What's happening with a lot of crypto exchanges is that they're doing to some extent a copy-paste from what we've learned from other asset classes, specifically stock markets.
Time I walked out of the office, he had a hard copy of the letter that went to NASCAR and I [gave] him four tickets to the race, it’s been quite a test just to be able to drive this car to get in. But, I’m good now — for one race, anyway.
The primacy of the word, basis of the human psyche, that has in our age been used for mind-bending persuasion and brain-washing pulp, disgraced by Gobbles and debased by advertising copy, remains a force for freedom that flies out between all bars.
When asked about that by the senior partner, he lied and said he had no idea how they got an advance copy.
I think that Illinois example is a great example of whats possible with additional federal money, ive heard a lot of state election officials say that if they had an additional trench of money, one thing they would like to copy is the kind of thing they are doing in Illinois.
Translations for copy
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- نسخة, انتسخ, نسخArabic
- күсермә, данаBashkir
- брой, копие, екземпляр, материал за набиране, копирам, подражавамBulgarian
- còpia, copiarCatalan, Valencian
- rozmnoženina, kopie, kopírovatCzech
- copi, efelychu, copïoWelsh
- kopi, eksemplar, efterligne, kopiereDanish
- Kopie, empfangen, nachmachen, kapieren, verstanden, kopierenGerman
- αντίτυπο, κακέκτυπο, αντίγραφο, πλαστογραφώ, αντιγράφω, μιμούμαιGreek
- kopio, kopiiEsperanto
- copia, ejemplar, copiar, recibir, imitarSpanish
- رونوشت, کپی, کپی کردن, رونویسیPersian
- kappale, raakateksti, teksti, vihko, jäljitelmä, copy, mainosteksti, jäljennös, kopio, numero, jäljitellä, jäljentää, kopioida, vastaanottaa, kopsataFinnish
- copie, exemplaire, copier, recevoir, imiterFrench
- copaidh, lethbhreac, ath-sgrìobh, dèan lethbhreacScottish Gaelic
- copia, copiarGalician
- חיקה, הכין עותקHebrew
- प्रति, प्रतिलिपिHindi
- szám, másolat, kópia, példány, vesz, utánoz, fogad, másolHungarian
- copia, replica, ricevere, copiare, imitareItalian
- コピー, 複写, 写すJapanese
- 모사, 複寫하다, 복사Korean
- tiru, terima, salinMalay
- kopie, editie, kopij, nabootsing, namaak, afschrift, naäpen, nabootsen, kopiëren, ontvangen, nadoenDutch
- motta, kopiereNorwegian
- egzemplarz, kopia, udawać, podwajać, odbierać, naśladować, kopiować, KopiujPolish
- réplica, cópia, exemplar, copiar, receber, imitarPortuguese
- copie, duplicat, copia, imitaRomanian
- рукопись, копия, экземпляр, текст, материал, подделка, дубликат, понимать, принимать, дублировать, принять, подражать, копироватьRussian
- kopija, duplikat, preslikaSerbo-Croatian
- kopija, duplikat, kopirati, razmnoževati, prekopirati, razmnožitiSlovene
- nummer, kopia, motta, kopiera, mottaga, härmaSwedish
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