a thing made to be exactly like another
a single example of a magazine, book, newspaper, etc.
written material to be printed
write or draw sth to look like another thing; make a copy of
follow (sb/sth) as a standard or pattern
"she made a copy of the designer dress"
"the clone was a copy of its ancestor"
"catastrophes make good copy"
"The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over"
"The mime imitated the passers-by"
"Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
"replicate the cell"
"copy the genetic information"
"copy that drawing"
"re-create a picture by Rembrandt"
Of this impression there is a copy taken by the mind.
出自： D. Hume
Lilian Bayliss..photographed the house, and sent me a copy of it.
出自： R. Campbell
The potters copied his ugly face on their stone jugs.
出自： R. W. Emerson
He copied age, address and other details from the record card.
出自： B. Hines
She liked to copy after movie stars when she was a little girl.
The reporters copied down every word spoken by the secretary of the Party Committee.
At the press conference, the reporters copied down every word spoken by the Prime Minister.
The hit-and-run driver didn't escape punishment he deserved because his car number had been copied down.
Their answers are exactly the same—one of them must have copied from the other.
The sales manager asked his secretary to copy out the addresses of their customers.
Please copy out this letter and send the original to Mr. Smith.
He has copied the whole essay out again.
误 She copied up the notes on the board into her book.
正 She copied down the notes on the board into her book.