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copy

noun   /ˈkɒp·i/ ( plural copies)
B1 something that is made to look exactly like something else copia Always make copies of important documents.
a single book, newspaper, etc. of which many have been made ejemplar a copy of the New York Times
verb   /ˈkɒp·i/ ( present participle copying, past tense and past participle copied)
A2 to make something that is the same as something else copiar Copy the file onto disk.
to behave like someone else imitar He likes to copy his older brother.
to cheat by using someone else’s work copiar She copied his answers.
(Definition of copy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

copy

noun /ˈkopi/ ( plural copies)
an imitation or reproduction copia That dress is a copy of one I saw at a Paris fashion show He made eight copies of the pamphlet on the photocopier.
a single book, newspaper etc ejemplar Can I have six copies of this dictionary, please?
written or typed material for publishing manuscrito, texto He writes copy for advertisements.
copier noun
a photocopier. fotocopiadora
copyright noun
(usually abbreviated to ©) the sole right to reproduce a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work, and also to perform, translate, film, or record such a work copyright, derechos de autor Under the law it is the person who takes the photo that usually owns the copyright.
(Definition of copy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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