Meaning of “copy” - Learner’s Dictionary

copy

verb uk us /ˈkɒpi/
PRODUCE [ T ]

A2 to produce something that is similar or exactly the same as something else:

Copy the file onto disk.
The design was copied from the American model.
BEHAVE [ T ]

B2 to behave like someone else:

He likes to copy his older brother.
CHEAT [ I, T ]

B2 to cheat by looking at and using someone else's work:

She copied his answers.

(Definition of “copy verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)