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uncopiable

Line breaks: un|copi¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɒpɪəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of uncopiable in English:

adjective

Impossible to copy or reproduce: they cannot resist the challenge of copying something designed to be uncopiable
More example sentences
  • Several technologies have attempted to make CDs and their contents uncopiable, but none are fool-proof.
  • His bill will make it illegal for record companies to sell uncopiable CDs.
  • ‘By the way, I thought you said that these kinds of diskettes were uncopiable,’ Nellie proffered after a few moments.

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