noun, plural pho·to·cop·ies.
verb (used with object), pho·to·cop·ied, pho·to·cop·y·ing.
- photoconductive cell,
Origin of photocopy
Examples from the Web for photocopy
By June, the school finally responded, though only with notification of fees for staff to locate and photocopy the documents.Is UMass-Amherst Biased Against Male Students in Title IX Assault Cases?|Emily Shire|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A photocopy of the work is pasted onto the wood before being painted over to give the piece its deceiving authenticity.
There is a photocopy collage of the mirrored image divided by bright colors to the right and a more muted palette to the left.
Really, what the Mississippi lawmakers have done is just photocopy the federal RFRA, passed by Congress in 1993.How Anti-Gay Will Mississippi’s ‘New’ Religious Freedom Bill Be?|Jay Michaelson|March 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Inside was not an autographed photo, but a photocopy of an autographed photo with my name written on top.
If you are supplying a monograph or photocopy, or have a book to return, call and tell us.
This is Exhibit 92, which is a writing, a photocopy of a writing.
Exhibit 96 is a photocopy of two pages that are handwritten and in English.
Exhibit 97 is a photocopy of several pages, both printed and in writing, handwriting.
The next exhibit is a photocopy of an investment agency agreement.
noun plural -copies
verb -copies, -copying or -copied
1924 in the sense of "make a photographic reproduction," from photo- "photographic" + copy (v.). The usual modern meaning arose 1942 with the advent of xerography. The noun is recorded from 1934. Related: Photocopied; photocopying.