American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A machine for photographically reproducing written, printed, or graphic material, especially by xerography.
- n. A machine which reproduces documents by photographing the original over a glass plate and printing duplicates.
- n. a copier that uses photographic methods of making copies
- to photocopy + -er (Wiktionary)
“Marburger: How about this: Have you ever heard the term "photocopier" or "photocopy" used in the Recorder's office by anybody?”
“At universities they called the photocopier 'the Chinese Take-Away'.”
“This thing about what happens when you Google the word photocopier, because you can't not use pictures like this when they come along:”
“The photocopier was a big old thing on a rickety trolley.”
“Moorhouse - case law that involved a University providing students with access to library books and a photocopier but not taking reasonable steps to ensure students didn't make illegal copies of the texts - came at a time when a photocopier was a "fairly new and powerful technology" - drawing similarities with the current case, which involved the internet.”
“Who's using the other computer ... and where the hell can I get a $600 copier (assuming it's not one of them MFPs that they just called a photocopier)?”
“Steve Mitchelmore on Jonathan Yardley as "photocopier":”
“Surfulater is the Internet research filing cabinet, complete with drawers, folders and tags for organization, a built-in "photocopier" to keep saved permanent copies, comments and annotations to manage the content itself, and a powerful search engine to find results easily.”
“Large classes can be challenging, running to the photocopier or grabbing a pair of scissors and glue are not always ideal.”
“The classic example is a monopolist photocopier company that requires customers to buy its toner or paper or whatever to go with its copier machine.”
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