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hard copy

noun [C]
 
 
a printed paper copy of a picture or document: Even scanning a hard copy of a résumé or application into a computer transforms that application into an electronic document under the new regulation. She was then sent a hard copy of the agreement which she signed and sent back.
→  See also copy noun
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