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cop

noun uk   /kɒp/  us   /kɑːp/

cop noun (POLICE)

[C] (UK informal also copper) informal a police officer : Quick, run - there's a cop coming!

cop noun (QUALITY)

not much cop slang not very good: His last book wasn't much cop.

cop noun (CRIME)

[S] →  it's a fair cop

cop

verb [T] uk   /kɒp/  us   /kɑːp/ (-pp-)

cop verb [T] (CRIME)

UK slang to arrest someone for a crime: He was copped for driving without a licence last week.

cop verb [T] (TAKE)

slang to take or hold: Cop (hold of) that, would you - I can't carry both myself.
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “cop”
en árabe ضابِط شُرطة…
en coreano 경찰…
in Malaysian polis…
en francés flic…
en turco polis…
en italiano sbirro…
en chino (tradicionál) 警官…
en ruso полицейский…
en polaco gliniarz, glina…
in Vietnamese viết tắt của từ copper (đồng)…
en español poli…
en portugués tira, policial…
in Thai ตำรวจ…
en alemán der Bulle (umgsp. Polizist)…
en catalán poli…
en japonés 警官, お巡りさん…
in Indonesian polisi…
en chino (simplificado) 警官…
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