copy collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkɒpi/

Explore meanings in the Dictionary

a document, file etc that is exactly like the original

Adjectives frequently used with copy
on paper: paper, print, printedPrinted copies of some parts of the map are on sale.electronic: backup, downloadable, electronicIf you are going to be away from your PC for a long period of time you can use a file manager program to make a backup copy elsewhere on your memory card.exact: exact, identical, perfectMake sure that users have an identical copy of the database.illegal: counterfeit, illegal, unauthorized, unlicensedIt is forbidden to make unauthorized copies of software that is stored on the servers.
Verbs frequently used with copy
get a copy: download, get, make, printHe made a copy of the letter and sent it off to his local MP.give a copy: attach, distribute, enclose, forward, sendAttach a copy of the medical certificate to this form.keep a copy: keep, saveAlways keep copies of any letters or court forms you send or receive.
Vocabulary quiz: trending words of 2020

Macmillan learn live love play