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ape to imitate or copy (someone's speech or behavior), sometimes clumsily or mockingly. [1/5 definitions]
backup an alternate, substitute, or copy kept in reserve. [1/4 definitions]
back up to create and store a copy of (a computer file), often in a separate location, in case the original is damaged or lost.
carbon see carbon copy. [1/7 definitions]
carbon copy a copy of a document, letter, or the like that is made by using carbon paper. [1/2 definitions]
carbon paper very thin paper coated on one side with carbon or a dark waxy pigment, that is placed between two sheets of paper and produces a copy on the lower sheet of text that is written or typed on the upper.
caricature an absurdly inferior imitation or copy. [1/4 definitions]
cc2 abbreviation of "carbon copy," originally referring to a copy of a document, letter, or the like that is made by using carbon paper, now designating a copy or duplicate that is made through any means.
chain letter a letter with a message or money-making proposal that instructs the recipient to copy the letter and send it to others.
clone an exact duplicate or reproduction; copy. [1/5 definitions]
copy to make a copy of. [2/8 definitions]
copy desk a desk in a newspaper office where copy is edited and prepared for typesetting, and where headlines are composed.
copyreader one who edits and prepares newspaper copy for typesetting and publication.
counterfeit to make a fraudulent imitation or copy of. [1/7 definitions]
cut in computing, to remove (a file or section of a file's data) causing it to be stored in a temporary location, typically in order to place a copy of it in a different location. [1/25 definitions]
ditto a duplicate or close copy. [1/5 definitions]
double-space to type leaving a blank line after each line of text or copy.
drive a device that allows a computer to copy data to and from a disc, DVD, or other storage medium, consisting of a motor and heads for finding and copying data. [1/18 definitions]
dub3 to make a copy of (a recording). [1/4 definitions]
duplicate an exact copy of an original. [2/7 definitions]
electrotype a copy or facsimile made by electroplating a mold, in wax, lead, or plastic, of an original plate, and used esp. in printing. [2/3 definitions]