Definitions

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  • transitive verb To copy again.

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  • verb copy again

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb copy again

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • On the other hand, if you keep your list on paper, it becomes messy, or it isn't there when you need it, or you have to recopy it, and things get lost.

    Big to-do

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • They wouldn't accept copies on a half-size page, so I had to recopy them all.

    passport pages

  • So I babysat a reformat/recopy/upgrade (in the process discovering that my backup was not, in fact, bootable as I had thought; whoops.)

    This and That

  • One of my favorites is to keep the list on paper and recopy it to a new sheet every day.

    Big to-do

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