- n a reproduction of a written record (e.g. of a legal or school record)
- n a thing made to be similar or identical to another thing
she made a copy of the designer dress
the clone was a copy of its ancestor
- n matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials
- n material suitable for a journalistic account
catastrophes make good copy
- v copy down as is
The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over
- v reproduce someone's behavior or looks
Children often copy their parents or older siblings
- v reproduce or make an exact copy of
copy the genetic information
- v make a replica of
copy that drawing
- Out they went by the thousands, easy to copy, because of the straightforward design, and cheap to produce because the fabric was standard.
- The copy-protection schemes that have frustrated so many customers all involve modifying the way information is stored on a floppy disk.
- The first is "NOT to go to Fox News to read or obtain a copy" of the Taguba report.
- Cheryl Tiegs in FOXNews
I remember walking by the newsstand and seeing I was on the cover and picking up a copy or two. That was the celebration then. ...... But I'm still signing covers for fans,Tiegs said.
- Sarah Palin in ABC News
As you probably have heard, the AP snagged a copy of my memoir, Going Rogue, before its Tuesday release,Palin said in a Friday post on her Facebook site. "And as is expected, the AP and a number of subsequent media outlets are erroneously...
- JK Rowling in InTheNews.co.uk
There was understandable disappointment among Harry Potter fans when only one copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard was offered to the public last December,said JK Rowling. "I am therefore delighted to announce that, thanks to the generous...