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Just copy what’s in the book.
The students spent the whole class copying from the chalkboard.
He copied the number into his notebook.
Use the mouse to highlight the text you want to copy.
To install, first copy the setup file onto your hard drive.
They were charged with illegally copying videotapes.
Changes can occur when DNA is copied from one cell to another.
Children learn by copying their parents.
The instructor does exercises that you can copy while you watch.
Their style of music was copied by a lot of other bands.
This is the American English definition of copy. View British English definition of copy.
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