EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPIED
Produce the impressions or original sentiments, from which the ideas are copied.
He took the organ daily, and copied, at home, the cathedral music.
See, see, Richard, here your mother has copied the hospital's certificate.
Yes, but suppose the article should be copied in England, or suppose some of the papers should get over there?
Loraine wrote the letter, Laura Ann copied it, they all signed it.
At a later period the clavichord was copied by the Germans and Belgians.
The story, often copied from Withers, that Neely was killed by a wolf, is erroneous.
Juve handed him a sheet of paper; on it he had copied the text of the telegram.
You know enough about the matter, you have copied enough of my notes to understand.
We'll have it copied and see if we can trace the subject of it.
early 14c., "written account or record," from Old French copie (13c.), from Medieval Latin copia "reproduction, transcript," from Latin copia "plenty, means" (see copious). Sense extended 15c. to any specimen of writing (especially MS for a printer) and any reproduction or imitation. Related: Copyist.