Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Copy"

The meaning of "Copy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does An original certified copy of OOO (means they want copy or original one)? mean?
A: A certified copy is a copy (often a photocopy) of a primary document that has on it an endorsement or certificate that it is a true copy of the primary document. It does not certify that the primary document is genuine, only that it is a true copy of the primary document.

In other words, it isn't the original that they want. They want a copy of the original that has been verified(certified) for authenticity.
Q: What does forward a copy of mean?
A: Send a copy of that document
Q: What does “daintiness” and “she bound the copy in coarse paper” and “watered silk” mean?
A: Daintiness means delicate, small, or pretty.
“Bound the copy” is putting a cover on it, like a book. She used paper that looked like watered silk which is silk that is treated with water so it looks wavy and shiny.
Q: What does copy that mean?
A: This means that the person received the previous message and is usually used in conversations over two-way radio. It's usually associated with the military or for long-distance truck drivers
Q: What does shallow copy mean?
A: I think it means "an inferior version." We might say, "The movie Magnificent Seven is a shallow copy of Seven Samurai."

Example sentences using "Copy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with copy, copies, copying and copied .
A: @deleongerman43 I’ll have to copy his answers if I want to pass the test.

I made copies of the book so I can sell it.

I passed the test by copying off the person next to me.

I passed the test because I copied his answers.
Q: Please show me example sentences with copy(verb).
A: Can you copy the notes?
Q: Please show me example sentences with copy that .
A: @azrrose: 完全に了解ですって意味。使い方も同じ。

Synonyms of "Copy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between copy and imitate and duplicate ?
A: Can I have a copy of your novel?

I bought a red hat, and then you bought a red hat. Stop copying me!

We're wearing the same outfit. Don't imitate me.

Whenever I stand up, he stands up, too. He's imitating me.

This song is an imitation of the original. It's fake.

How can cells duplicate themselves?

"duplicate" mostly means "make two or more of something." It's not commonly used.

"copy" is the most common.

"imitate" always sounds negative. Unlike "copy" it can't sound neutral.

My daughter copies my wife. She's so cute.
My rival imitated my drawing. I hate him.
Q: What is the difference between making a copy and making photocopies ?
A: He made a copy of the letter.
This can mean that he put it in a machine and copied it or it can mean he copied the letter writing it by hand.

He made a photocopy of the letter.
This means he put the letter in the machine and made copies of it.
Q: What is the difference between copy(verb) and print(verb) ?
A: They have the same meaning but copy can be to write down, make similar or identical to, or rewrite whereas print can also mean to write down, or produce magazines/ newspapers.
Examples:
He copied down the questions the teacher wrote on the board.
Students who copy another students work will be expelled.
The books were printed in May.
She printed out the documents from the computer.
I hope this helps! 😊
Q: What is the difference between copy and print ?
A: To copy (the action) is to duplicate something.
A copy (a physical copy) is a duplicate of something.

To print something would be the action of printing a document or webpage out from your computer into paper format.
Q: What is the difference between copy and duplicate ?
A: Pragmatically slightly different. A copy is usually intentional (like I made a copy). A duplicate sounds like you have something extra (ex: that copy is a duplicate, you should throw it away)

Translations of "Copy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? copy
A: copy (noun) : not original / unoriginal
eg: it is a copy(not original) of my homework.


copy(verb): action of making a non original item from the original one. / imitation of someone or something
eg: children copy(act like) their parents.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "We have signed all copies and i am sending you one each of them." Does it make sense?
A: We have signed all of the copies and I am sending you one of each.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? copy pr bematlb gojo mat
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? copy data TO or ON desktop?
A: copy data to the desktop
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We have sent out hard copy of the conformity documents today. The tracking number is xxx by DHL Express. Please confirm when you receive it. Thank you very much~
A: We have sent out a hard copy of the conformity documents today. The tracking number is xxx by DHL Express. Please confirm when you receive it. Thank you very much.

Other questions about "Copy"

Q: we need make a copy of the current file? does this sound natural?
A: "we need to make a copy of the current file."
Q: Please copy the blackboard in your notebook. does this sound natural?
A: Please copy what is on the blackboard into your notebook.
Q: This is the copy & paste of what I posted here just a year ago. does this sound natural?
A: @black-butterfly: Its actually common computer slang in the US.
Q: ①can you make a copy ?
②can you make a xerox?
which one is more natural ? does this sound natural?
A: Xerox is a printing equipment company. They were successful in the past, which made their brand name "Xerox" synonymous with the word "copy". Now there are more printing companies so it is less common to say "can you make a Xerox". It sounds a bit outdated but a lot of people will still understand what it means. Another example of this is "Kleenex" and "tissue".
Q: I want to make a copy for an advertisement. And the product is a lotion which has twice power of moisturizing effect. What I wrote is 'Put it once, feel moisturized twice'. Is this good? does this sound natural?
A: "I want to make a slogan for an advertisement. And the product is lotion, which has twice the moisturizing effect. What I want to say is 'put on once, feel moisturized twice'.

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