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copy /ˈkɒpi $ ˈkɑːpi/ noun (plural copies)
copy verb (past tense and past participle copied, present participle copying, third person singular copies)


کپی برداری ، تهیه نمونه اولیه از هر چیزی ، استنساخ کردن ، نمونه ساختن ، نمونه ، سواد ، رونویس کردن ، بدل سازی کردن ، نگهبان مخابراتی ، پست به گوش نگهبان به گوش ، رونوشت ، جلد ، نسخه برداری ، کپیه کردن ، رونویسی کردن ، علوم مهندسی: کپی ، کامپیوتر: فرمان COPY در سیستم عاملDOS ، معماری: رونوشت ، قانون ـ فقه: رونوشت ، استنساخ کردن ، علوم نظامی: نسخه برداری کردن نسخه دوم

: copy (fair)

علوم نظامی: پاک نویس

: copy (negative)

نسخه نگاتیو عکس ، شیشه عکس ، علوم نظامی: نسخه ثانوی

: copy (rough)

علوم نظامی: چرکنویس
الکترونیک: رونوشت ، نسخه ، نسخه برداری ، کپی برداری ، تهیه نمونه اولیه از هر چیزی ، فرمان COPY در سیستم عامل ، DOS کامپیوتر: رونوشت ، فقهی: استنساخ کردن ، رونویس کردن ، نمونه ساختن ، نسخه ، نمونه ، رونوشت ، کپی ، علوم مهندسی: رونوشت ، سواد ، رونویس کردن ، استنساخ کردن ، حقوق: کپیه ، نسخه ، بدل سازی کردن ، رونوشت ، معماری: نگهبان مخابراتی ، پست به گوش نگهبان به گوش ، نسخه برداری کردن نسخه دوم ، علوم نظامی: رونوشت ، جلد، نسخه ، نسخه برداری ، کپیه کردن ، رونویسی کردنرونوشت ، نسخه ، نسخه برداری ، کپی برداری ، تهیه نمونه اولیه از هر چیزی ، فرمان COPY در سیستم عامل ، DOS کامپیوتر: رونوشت ، فقهی: استنساخ کردن ، رونویس کردن ، نمونه ساختن ، نسخه ، نمونه ، رونوشت ، کپی ، علوم مهندسی: رونوشت ، سواد ، رونویس کردن ، استنساخ کردن ، حقوق: کپیه ، نسخه ، بدل سازی کردن ، رونوشت ، معماری: نگهبان مخابراتی ، پست به گوش نگهبان به گوش ، نسخه برداری کردن نسخه دوم ، علوم نظامی: رونوشت ، جلد، نسخه ، نسخه برداری ، کپیه کردن ، رونویسی کردن کامپیوتر: کپی کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

copy
[noun]
Synonyms:
- reproduction, counterfeit, duplicate, facsimile, forgery, imitation, likeness, model, replica
[verb]
Synonyms:
- reproduce, counterfeit, duplicate, replicate, transcribe
- imitate, ape, emulate, follow, mimic, mirror, repeat
Antonyms: original, originate
Related Words: counterpart, parallel, impress, impression, imprint, print, effigy, image, likeness, ditto, repeat, counterfeit, fake, sham, simulate, ape, burlesque, mock, parody, take off, travesty
English Thesaurus: copy, photocopy, reproduce, forge, pirate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. copy1 S1 W2 /ˈkɒpi $ ˈkɑːpi/ noun (plural copies)
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: copie, from Latin copia; copious]

1. [countable] something that is made to be exactly like another thing
copy of
She forwarded them a copy of her British passport.
This chair is a copy of an original design.
Be sure to make copies of all the documents.
back-up copies of your files

2. [countable] one of many books, magazines, records etc that are all exactly the same
copy of
We have six copies of the movie to give away.
a copy of the local newspaper
The hardback costs £16.99 a copy.
The record sold a million copies.
Free copies are available on request.

3. [uncountable] technical something written in order to be printed in a newspaper, magazine, advertisement etc:
Now that I’ve seen the finished copy, I’m delighted.

4. good copy informal interesting news:
The interviews made good copy and helped with the film’s publicity.
fair copy, hard copy, soft copy

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. copy2 S2 verb (past tense and past participle copied, present participle copying, third person singular copies)

1. [intransitive and transitive] to deliberately make or produce something that is exactly like another thing:
Could you copy this letter and send it out, please?
To copy a file, press F3.
copy (something) from something
a design copied from an 18th-century wallpaper
The pupils just copy from textbooks and learn facts.
copy something into something
He copied the number into his notebook (=wrote the same number there).

2. [transitive] to deliberately do something that someone else has done or behave like someone else:
Children often copy what they see on television.
I found myself copying him and his mannerisms.

3. [intransitive and transitive] to cheat in an examination, schoolwork etc by looking at someone else’s work and writing the same thing as they have
copy from
Jeremy had copied from the girl next to him.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

copy
noun
I. document/work of art
ADJ. accurate, faithful, good | cheap, crude, poor It was not the original painting, but a crude copy.
carbon, duplicate, exact, facsimile, identical, perfect, true The twins were carbon copies of each other. It must be certified as a true copy of the original document.
draft, working | clean, fair | master, original, top Take a photocopy of the master copy.
additional, extra, further, spare | multiple The photocopier had been set for multiple copies.
modern | certified | photographic, photostat | back-up Remember to make back-up copies of all your disks.
hard, paper, printed (computing) You will need to supply a hard copy version of all files.
VERB + COPY make, print, run off, take I ran off a couple of copies of the letter.
attach, enclose, send I attach a copy of the report. Please find enclosed a copy of the draft document.
circulate, distribute, supply Copies of the article were circulated to members of the committee.
obtain, receive | keep Remember to keep copies of all your correspondence.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy
II. book/newspaper/tape, etc.
ADJ. additional, extra, further, spare | back, old I have a few back copies of the newspaper.
advance Advance copies of the book were sent out to reviewers.
review | complimentary, free Free copies of the leaflet are available from the Department of the Environment.
illegal, illicit, pirate/pirated, unauthorized | manuscript, printed, proof | bound, hardback, leather-bound, paperback, presentation The candidate must submit two bound copies of his or her thesis.
battered, tattered, well-thumbed my battered copy of Shakespeare's plays
perfect, pristine | personal Charles I's personal copy of the psalter
signed
VERB + COPY circulate, distribute | sign Author Bob Woodhouse will be signing copies of his new book.
COPY + VERB circulate Even with the new legislation pirate copies will circulate.
be available

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy
III. written material
ADJ. good, great | advertising | editorial | knocking (informal) Knocking copy (= writing that just says how bad sb/sth is) is simply lazy journalism.
VERB + COPY edit, prepare, produce, write The subeditors prepare the reporters' copy for the paper.
make This will make great copy for the advertisement.
COPY + NOUN editor | date, deadline Copy date (= the date for handing in copy) for the next issue is 1 May.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy
verb
I. make a copy
ADV. illegally illegally copied software
PREP. from, onto Data can be copied from the computer onto floppy disks.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy
II. write sth down exactly
ADV. carefully, laboriously, painstakingly | down, out I copied down several phone numbers from the list. laboriously copying out an old manuscript
PREP. from, into She copied all the addresses into her address book.
off copying a recipe off the packet
onto He copied all the details from the brochure onto a piece of paper.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy
III. do the same as sb else
ADV. slavishly She slavishly copies the older girl's style.
PREP. from He's copied that mannerism from his brother.
off She was caught copying off another student.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

copy

be a copy of something
The rug is a copy of a fine Chinese carpet.
make a copy of something
Make a copy of the letter before you send it.
keep a copy of something (also retain a copy of something formal)
Did you keep a copy of the email?
send/receive a copy of something
Could you send me a copy of the agreement?
attach a copy of something (=in an email)
I’m attaching a copy of the schedule.
a good copy (=one that is very like the original)
The painting is a good copy of the original.
a close copy (=a good copy)
It is a close copy of a bronze figure found in Iceland.
a back-up copy (=made in case the original is lost)
Be sure you regularly make back-up copies of your data.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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