Other ways of saying copy
to make an exact copy of a document using a special machine: Make sure you photocopy your accounts before you send them off.
to make a copy of a picture, sound, or piece of writing, especially using modern technology: Old photographs can be digitally reproduced and made to look like new.The system enables record companies to reproduce the performances of celebrated pianists from the past.
to copy someone else’s voice, expressions, or movements, often in order to entertain people: At school, he used to make everyone laugh by imitating the teachers.
to make a copy of something and illegally pretend that it is the original thing: It is alleged that Keen forged his mother’s signature on the will.
to copy someone else’s words or ideas and pretend that they are your own: His tutors are concerned that part of his thesis may be plagiarized.
to make an illegal copy of something such as a book, software, or a video: They’re accused of pirating millions of dollars’ worth of films and CDs.