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photocopy

noun   /ˈfəʊ·təʊˌkɒp·i/ ( plural photocopies)
B1 a copy of a paper made with a photocopier fotocopia I made a photocopy of my letter before sending it.
verb   /ˈfəʊ·təʊˌkɒp·i/ ( present participle photocopying, past tense and past participle photocopied)
to make a copy of something using a photocopier fotocopiar
(Definition of photocopy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

photocopy

noun /ˈfəutəkopi/ ( plural photocopies)
a copy of a document etc made by a machine which photographs it fotocopia I’ll get some photocopies made of this letter.
photocopier noun
a machine that makes photocopies. fotocopiadora
(Definition of photocopy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “photocopy”
in Korean 복사본…
in Arabic نُسْخة…
in Malaysian salinan foto…
in French photocopie…
in Russian ксерокопия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 影印本,影本…
in Italian fotocopia…
in Turkish fotokopi…
in Polish kserokopia…
in Vietnamese sao chụp…
in Portuguese fotocópia…
in Thai การถ่ายเอกสาร…
in German die Fotokopie…
in Catalan fotocòpia…
in Japanese コピーしたもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 影印本,复印件…
in Indonesian fotokopi…
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