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photocopy

[ foh-tuh-kop-ee ]
/ 藞fo蕣 t蓹藢k蓲p i /
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noun, plural pho路to路cop路ies.
a photographic reproduction of a document, print, or the like.
verb (used with object), pho路to路cop路ied, pho路to路cop路y路ing.
to reproduce (a document, print, or the like) photographically.
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Origin of photocopy

First recorded in 1920鈥25; photo- + copy
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British Dictionary definitions for photocopy

photocopy
/ (藞f蓹蕣t蓹蕣藢k蓲p瑟) /

noun plural -copies
a photographic reproduction of written, printed, or graphic workSee also microcopy
verb -copies, -copying or -copied
to reproduce (written, printed, or graphic work) on photographic material
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