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copy
British English: /ˈkɒpi/
American English: /ˈkɑpi/

Translation of copy in Italian:

noun

transitive verb

  • 2 (duplicate)
    (document, letter)
    (disk, file)
    to copy something onto a disk
    copiare qualcosa su un dischetto
    to copy onto paper to have something copied
    far fare una copia di qualcosa
  • 3 (write out by hand)
    (exercise, answers, inscription, text) from da
    to copy something into one's book
    copiare qualcosa sul proprio quaderno

intransitive verb

  • (person, candidate, pupil) from da
    to copy in a test
    copiare durante una prova

Phrasal verbs

copy down:

copy down [something], copy [something] down

copy out:

copy out [something], copy [something] out

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