Copy

Copy,

Definition of Copy:

  1. Make a similar or identical version of; reproduce.

  2. Matter to be printed.

  3. Hear or understand someone speaking on a radio transmitter.

  4. A blank booklet or notebook used for schoolwork.

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

  6. Internet: Content matter of a website, as distinct from the graphics, menus, and navigational tools.

  7. General: Duplicate or reproduced version of an original work.

  8. Advertising: Text or message portion of an advertisement, including the headline, sub-headlines, body copy, and the advertiser information (signature). See also advertising copy.

  9. Imitate the style or behavior of.

  10. A thing made to be similar or identical to another.

Synonyms of Copy

Doppelganger, Photostat, Xerox, Abstract, Abstraction, Act, Act a part, Act as, Act like, Act out, Actual thing, Adopt, Affect, Agent, Altarpiece, Alternate, Alternative, Analogy, Ape, Appear like, Approach, Appropriate, Approximate, Arrangement, Article, Assume, Autograph, Back number, Backup, Be like, Be redolent of, Bear resemblance, Beat, Block print, Blueprint, Borrow, Brainchild, Bring to mind, Brouillon, Budget of news, Burlesque, Call to mind, Call up, Carbon, Carbon copy, Cartoon, Chalk, Change, Changeling, Charcoal, Chart, Chorus, Clone, Collage, Collection, Color, Color print, Come again, Come close, Come near, Companion, Compare with, Comparison, Composed matter, Composition, Computer printout, Copy out, Correspond, Counterfeit, Counterpart, Crayon, Crib, Crosshatch, Cyclorama, Dash off, Daub, Dead matter, Dead ringer, Delineate, Delineation, Depict, Deputy, Derive from, Design, Diagram, Diptych, Ditto, Do, Do a repeat, Do again, Do like, Do over, Document, Doodle, Double, Draft, Draw, Draw up, Drawing, Dummy, Dupe, Duplicate, Duplication, Ebauche, Echo, Edit, Edited version, Edition, Effigy, Elevation, Emulate, Enact, Enface, Engraving, Engross, Engrossment, Equal, Equivalent, Ersatz, Esquisse, Essay, Evoke, Exact counterpart, Exact likeness, Example, Exchange, Exclusive, Facsimile, Fair copy, Fake, Favor, Fellow, Fiction, Figure, Fill-in, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, Flimsy, Follow, Forge, Fresco, Geminate, Ghost, Ghostwriter, Go like, Graph, Ground plan, Hatch, Hectograph, Hoke, Hoke up, Holograph, Homograph, Homonym, Homophone, House plan, Hymnal, Hymnbook, Ichnography, Icon, Idem, Identical same, Idol, Illumination, Illustration, Image, Imitate, Imitation, Impersonate, Impress, Impression, Imprint, Infringe, Ingeminate, Inscribe, Instrumental score, Issue, Knockoff, Letter, Library, Library edition, Libretto, Likeness, Limn, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Live matter, Living image, Living picture, Locum tenens, Look like, Lucubration, Lute tablature, Make a recension, Make like, Make out, Make over, Make use of, Makeshift, Manifold, Manuscript, Masquerade as, Match, Mate, Matter, Metaphor, Metonymy, Microcopy, Microfilm, Mime, Mimeo, Mimeograph, Mimic, Miniature, Mirror, Mirroring, Mock, Mock-up, Model, Montage, Mosaic, Multigraph, Multiply by two, Mural, Music, Music paper, Music roll, Musical notation, Musical score, Near, Nearly reproduce, News item, Next best thing, No other, None other, Nonfiction, Not tell apart, Notation, Number, Opera, Opera score, Opus, Orchestral score, Original, Outline, Paint, Paint a picture, Palingenesis, Panorama, Pantomime, Paper, Parallel, Paraphrase, Parchment, Parody, Parrot, Part, Partake of, Pass for, Pattern, Pen, Pencil, Penscript, Perform, Personate, Personnel, Phony, Photocopy, Photograph, Piano score, Picture, Picturize, Piece, Piece of writing, Pinch hitter, Pirate, Plagiarize, Play, Play a part, Plot, Poem, Portrait, Portray, Pose as, Pretend to be, Print, Printed matter, Printing, Printout, Production, Profile, Projection, Proxy, Push the pen, Put in writing, Quadruplicate, Quote, Re-create, Re-creation, Re-form, Re-formation, Reading matter, Rebirth, Rebuild, Rebuilding, Recense, Recension, Reconstitute, Reconstitution, Reconstruct, Reconstruction, Record, Redesign, Redo, Redoing, Redouble, Reduplicate, Reduplication, Reecho, Reedition, Reestablish, Reestablishment, Refashion, Refashioning, Reflect, Reflection, Refound, Regenerate, Regeneration, Regenesis, Regurgitate, Reincarnate, Reinstitute, Reinstitution, Reissue, Relief, Remake, Remaking, Remind one of, Renascence, Renew, Renovate, Renovation, Reorganization, Reorganize, Repeat, Repetition, Replacement, Replica, Replicate, Replication, Representation, Representative, Reprint, Reprinting, Reproduce, Reproduction, Resemblance, Resemble, Reserves, Reshape, Reshaping, Restoration, Restore, Restructure, Restructuring, Resurrect, Resurrection, Revise, Revision, Revival, Revive, Rewrite, Ringer, Rough, Rubbing, Sample, Savor of, Say again, School edition, Scoop, Score, Scratch, Screed, Scribe, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Scumble, Second draft, Second string, Secondary, Seem like, Selfsame, Semblance, Series, Set, Shade, Shadow, Sham, Sheet music, Short score, Sign, Similitude, Simulacrum, Simulate, Skeleton, Sketch, Smack of, Songbook, Songster, Sound like, Spares, Specimen, Spill ink, Spit and image, Spitting image, Spoil paper, Spot news, Stack up with, Stained glass window, Stand-in, Standing matter, Stat, Steal, Stencil, Still life, Story, Sub, Substituent, Substitute, Substitution, Succedaneum, Suggest, Superscribe, Superseder, Supplanter, Surrogate, Symbol, Synecdoche, Synonym, Tablature, Table, Tableau, Take, Take after, Take off, Take on, Take over, Tapestry, Text, The same, The same difference, The written word, Third string, Tint, Token, Trace, Tracing, Trade book, Trade edition, Transcribe, Transcript, Transcription, Travesty, Triplicate, Triptych, Twin, Type, Typescript, Understudy, Utility player, Version, Very image, Very picture, Very same, Vicar, Vice-president, Vice-regent, Vocal score, Volume, Wall painting, Work, Working drawing, Write, Write down, Write out, Writing, Written music, Imitate, Mimic, Ape, Emulate, Follow, Echo, Mirror, Simulate, Parrot, Reproduce, Edition, Version, Impression, Imprint, Issue, Duplicate, Photocopy, Xerox, Photostat, Mimeograph, Make a photocopy of, Take a photocopy of, Run off, Duplicate, Duplication, Reprint, Facsimile, Photocopy, Carbon copy, Carbon, Mimeograph, Mimeo

How to use Copy in a sentence?

  1. This is Edwards, do you copy, over.
  2. Lifestyles that were copied from Miami and Fifth Avenue.
  3. The problem is telling which is the original document and which the copy.
  4. Copy for the next issue must be submitted by the beginning of the month.
  5. Each form had to be copied and sent to a different department.
  6. Examinees will not be allowed to take pens, copies, or water bottles inside the test center.
  7. The record has sold more than a million copies.

Meaning of Copy & Copy Definition