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copyleft
American English: /ˈkɑpiˌlɛft/
British English: /ˈkɒpilɛft/

Translation of copyleft in Spanish:

noun

  • (Law)
    copyleft (feminine)
    copia (feminine) permitida
    Example sentences
    • We should have said copyleft free software, not shareware.
    • Draft 2 was an improvement on the first draft but still appeared to copyleft all free software.
    • This strategy is essentially the route taken by the Free Software Foundation and copyleft.

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