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"Xerox" in British English

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(Definition of Xerox from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Xeroxnoun [C]

 us   /ˈzɪər·ɑks/ trademark
a ​copy of a ​document or other ​piece of ​paper with writing or ​printing on it made by a ​machine that uses a ​processsimilar to that for making ​photographs: I can give you a Xerox of the ​letter if you like.
Xerox
verb [T]  us   /ˈzɪər·ɑks/
Would you Xerox six ​copies of the ​report, ​please?
(Definition of Xerox from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"Xerox™" in Business English

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Xerox™noun [C]

uk   us   trademark WORKPLACE
a ​copy of a written or ​printeddocument, made by a ​machine using a photographic ​process: Could you ​send me a Xerox of the ​contract?
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a ​machine that uses a photographic ​process to make ​copies of written or ​printeddocuments: a Xerox ​machine
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Xerox™verb [T]

uk   us   trademark
to make a ​copy of a ​document by using a Xerox® ​machine: I need to Xerox the ​report before the ​meeting.
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(Definition of Xerox™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Xerox”
in Chinese (Simplified) 静电复印件, 静电复印机…
in Chinese (Traditional) 靜電複印件, 靜電複印機…
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