Definition Of copy

verb

a single specimen of a particular book, record, or other publication or issue.

the record has sold more than a million copies

a thing made to be similar or identical to another.

the problem is telling which is the original document and which the copy

hear or understand someone speaking on a radio transmitter.

this is Edwards, do you copy, over

imitate the style or behaviour of.

lifestyles that were copied from Miami and Fifth Avenue

make a similar or identical version of; reproduce.

each form had to be copied and sent to a different department


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Example Of copy

  • copy for the next issue must be submitted by the beginning of the month

  • A quick example: suppose I've got some software that needs to copy a file from one computer to another.

  • A third policeman - the one that had been sent to copy the tape - spoke up.

  • Advertising copy shall be dignified, strictly truthful and representative of the art of music and its responsibility to the community.

  • After graduating, Grant dabbled briefly in advertising, writing copy for Brylcreem and Red Stripe beer, but plugged away at an acting career in regional theatre.


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