noun, plural cop·ies, for 1, 2, 8, 10.
verb (used with object), cop·ied, cop·y·ing.
verb (used without object), cop·ied, cop·y·ing.
Origin of copy
SYNONYMS FOR copy
Related formspre·cop·y, noun, plural pre·cop·ies, verb (used with object), pre·cop·ied, pre·cop·y·ing.re·cop·y, verb (used with object), re·cop·ied, re·cop·y·ing.un·cop·ied, adjectivewell-cop·ied, adjective
Examples from the Web for copied
Bored, she dropped the sticker, and another child picked it up and copied her.
Later, after taking his own shirt off in a supposed show of manliness, Dre freaked out when Andre Jr. copied him.
Unlike the Media burglars, he revealed his identity soon after turning over the files he had copied.The Domestic Spying of Hoover’s FBI Is an Eerie Prequel to the NSA’s Snooping Today|Betty Medsger|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All the same, I set to work and copied half a dozen of them.There’s Nothing Wrong—and a Lot That’s Right—About Copying Other Artists|Malcolm Jones|January 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In each case, the Democrats criticized the innovation—until they copied it.
In many large pieces Roman tesselated pavements have been copied, which have produced a very rich effect.
He practised copying for a couple of days, and then copied out the four parts.The Son of a Servant|August Strindberg
See, see, Richard, here your mother has copied the hospital's certificate.The Cavalier|George Washington Cable
You are in the grand drawing-room, copied from that of Versailles.What Will He Do With It, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
This breakfast is given the last week in May and can be copied by the summer hostess substituting different flowers in season.Breakfasts and Teas|Paul Pierce
British Dictionary definitions for copied
noun plural copies
- matter to be reproduced in print
- written matter or text as distinct from graphic material in books, newspapers, etc