Definition of cop a feel in English:

cop a feel

Fondle someone sexually, especially in a surreptitious way or without their permission.
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  • You wouldn't believe how many guys try to cop a feel, or jump on stage and try to molest me.
  • ‘What a get up,’ he added, copping a feel of Lynn's well outlined derrière.
  • Morris copped a feel again this afternoon, shoved his hand right down my uniform.
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