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copy US English

A thing made to be similar or identical to another

copy US Thesaurus

a copy of the report

fair copy US English

Written or printed matter transcribed or reproduced after final correction

file copy US English

A copy of a letter or document which is kept on file

hard copy US English

A printed version on paper of data held in a computer

soft copy US English

A legible version of a piece of data that is not printed on a physical medium, especially as stored or displayed on a computer

top copy US English

The original typed or handwritten copy of a letter or document of which carbon copies have been made

carbon copy US English

A copy of written or typed material made with carbon paper

copy typist US English

A person whose job is to type transcripts of written drafts

rough copy US English

A first draft of a piece of writing

single-copy US English

(Of a gene or genetic sequence) present in a genome in only one copy

carbon copy New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words; abbreviation cc or c.c.)

knocking copy US English

Advertising or publicity that discredits a competitor’s product

copy something to in copy US English

Send a copy of a letter to (a third party)

copy someone in in copy US English

Send someone a copy of an email that is addressed to a third party

copycat US English

(Especially in children’s use) a person who copies another’s behavior, dress, or ideas

copybook US English

A book containing models of handwriting for learners to imitate

copydesk US English

A desk in a newspaper office at which copy is edited for printing

copyedit US English

Edit (text to be printed) by checking its consistency and accuracy

copyholder US English

A clasp or stand for holding sheets of text while it is keyed or typed

copy holder in copyholder US English

A clasp or stand for holding sheets of text while it is keyed or typed


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