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noun as in mechanical image produced from a copier; making the image

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verb as in duplicate

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One year, when I couldn’t find an item my daughter wanted, I printed out a photocopy of the gift from a store website and put it in a box with a nice bow.

Scientists have described virus replication in such patients as akin to making photocopies of photocopies, with later copies being more blurred or different from copies of the originals.

Sort of like making a photocopy to preserve the original, but to be able to write on or make changes to the copy.

By June, the school finally responded, though only with notification of fees for staff to locate and photocopy the documents.

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.

Inside was not an autographed photo, but a photocopy of an autographed photo with my name written on top.

Exhibit No. 95 is a photocopy of many pages of typewriting, typewritten words, which are in English.

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.

Exhibit No. 100 purports to be four pages, photocopy pages, of handwriting, in English.

Exhibit 101 is a photocopy of one page which is printed and handwritten in English.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to photocopy, such as: copy, duplicate, reproduce, xerox, stat, and velox.

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