photocopy


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photocopy

(1) (noun) A duplicate of a paper document.

(2) (verb) To make a duplicate of a paper document. See photocopier.
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The tragedy should serve as a wake-up call for the university administration and it should take measures to open more photocopy facilities on campus.
He emailed me a photocopy of a trade licence purported to have been issued in Abu Dhabi.
"Two years ago, I surprisingly discovered that the suspect had forged the trade license when he mentioned on the photocopy of the trade license [issued from the Department of Economic Development in Dubai] that the company became a sole proprietor company - it was not a limited company anymore.
Japan: Japan's electronics giant Toshiba's subsidiary employee displaying the company's new photocopy machine 'Loops' which uses erasable toner which enables it to recycle printed papers as blank sheets during a demonstration in Tokyo, yesterday.
Make sure photocopy and paper are not moving while you work.
Photocopy paper made from recycled fibre and filter papers were used like experimental samples.
Procedure first: For the past nine years, Short has produced all his paintings by taking a letter-size sheet of white, black, or colored construction paper and making a black-and-white photocopy of it.
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PHOTOCOPY machines are being made tougher because so many office workers duplicate their bums at Christmas parties.
* Photocopy the front and back of all the ID cards (driver's license and credit cards, for example) in your wallet.
It used to be that photocopy machines were just plain dumb.
Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) "Ernest Hemingway," 12 April 1931, Key West, Fla., to Dr.