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photocopynoun [C]

uk   /ˈfəʊ.təʊˌkɒp.i/  us   /ˈfoʊ.t̬oʊˌkɑː.pi/
B1 a photographic copy of a document made on a photocopier: I'll just make a photocopy of the agreement.
photocopy
verb [T] uk   us  
Could you photocopy those three pages for me, please?
Translations of “photocopy”
in Arabic نُسْخة…
in Korean 복사본…
in Malaysian salinan foto…
in French photocopie…
in Turkish fotokopi…
in Italian fotocopia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 影印本,影本…
in Russian ксерокопия…
in Polish kserokopia…
in Vietnamese sao chụp…
in Spanish fotocopia…
in Portuguese fotocópia…
in Thai การถ่ายเอกสาร…
in German die Fotokopie…
in Catalan fotocòpia…
in Japanese コピーしたもの…
in Indonesian fotokopi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 影印本,复印件…
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