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Synonyms of 'photocopy'

(noun) 
Definition
a photographic reproduction of written, printed, or graphic work
I'll make sure you get a photocopy of the list.
Synonyms
copy
Always keep a copy of everything in your own files.
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reproduction
a reproduction of a religious painting
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duplicate
Enclosed is a duplicate of the invoice we sent you last month.
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Xerox (trademark)
He enclosed a Xerox of the advert.
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facsimile
This will be a genuine old copy, not a facsimile.
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photostat (trademark)
(verb) 
Definition
to reproduce on photographic material
She photocopied the cheque before cashing it.
Synonyms
copy
She never participated in copying classified documents for anyone.
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reproduce
permission to reproduce this article
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duplicate
He was duplicating some articles.
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xerox (trademark)
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take a photocopy of
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make a Xerox of (trademark)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of duplicate
Definition
an exact copy
Enclosed is a duplicate of the invoice we sent you last month.
Synonyms
Xerox (old-fashioned),
carbon copy,
Photostat (old-fashioned)
in the sense of duplicate
Definition
to make an exact copy of
He was duplicating some articles.
Synonyms
Xerox (old-fashioned),
Photostat (old-fashioned)
in the sense of facsimile
Definition
an exact copy
This will be a genuine old copy, not a facsimile.
Synonyms
carbon,
Xerox (old-fashioned),
carbon copy (old-fashioned),
Photostat (old-fashioned),
fax

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