Hear and comprehend, as in verbal communication. Radio slang used to determine the proper transfer of a message. Proper responses would run along the lines of "Roger." or "I copy."
"We've got to get this truckload of cow parts through the state border by dawn, copy?."
Print media jargon for a final draft that is ready for publication.
(Often used with an implicit article, like "head
") Editor: "I need you to give copy by midnight. Or you can give head
(Note that it is never "give a copy", or "get ahead".)
To follow or imitate exactly.
Reproduction of an original.
Jacqueline loves to copy from other people's tests and homework.
Someone says something that you think sounds dirty, you say "copy" then can "paste" it later to the person who said it so they would have to repeat it.
You can also delete if you say something before someone calls copy on you
Henry: Hey, where did Joey go?
Adam: He went to get some sausage, he said he'll be back in about 10 minutes.
V. to mimic
N. an extra of something not human
V. I just cant stand my little brother!" little brother:" I just can't stand my little brother" SHUT UP" L/b: "SHUT UP"
N. I have an extra copy of this worksheet