copynoun

  • ja複製品、複写、コピー
  • enan imitation, reproduction, duplicate, or representation of an original

Examples

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1.
The oven is on.
2.
Oh, I've got to get my ticket.
3.
Oh, wait, wait.
4.
We have a copy of your key.
5.
Well, then get it! Get it!
6.
Hey, hey, that tone won't make me go any faster.
7.
Joey.
8.
That one will.
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1.
There can't just be digital files.
2.
There must be hard copies.
3.
Those are all under lock and key in the archives.
4.
If I ask for clearance, it could alert him.
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1.
I still have 1 copy of the Pied Piper code base.
2.
I have it on a thumb drive.
3.
I could show it to you.
4.
No, we won't look into it, but I just wanna show it to you.
5.
It's just got a couple things on there that I think...
6.
Honestly, this is when we were coding the best we ever were.
7.
So some pieces of this thing are sheer elegance.
8.
I wish I could show it to everybody because I wanna show it to my students.
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1.
You played your hand very well.
2.
I like it.
3.
But we need to end this now,
4.
or I tell Logan that you took copies of sensitive documents.
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1.
Oh, no, I made 2 copies and had them covered, reset, and bound,
2.
so that they wouldn't look like manuscripts.
3.
This is an extra copy to have on file.
4.
You know, just in case.
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1.
Why would people here bug you about a TV show that's not even on in America?
2.
You mean 'Deaver Tisimo'?
3.
Stop saying it!
4.
Jealous?
5.
No.
6.
'Cause I could totally understand you being jealous.
7.
You know, since it's a high-quality television show with top-notch acting.
8.
Well, when are you gonna get me a copy of the show so I can watch it?
9.
Ugh, geez Tori, get your own life!
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Mute
1.
You might want to consider changing teams because we would love to have you.
2.
No, the copier's great.
3.
Is it?
4.
Yeah.
5.
- I have my copies. - There they are.
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And I have my original.
7.
You got it.
8.
- So suck it. - Okay.