Definition of 'photocopier'
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Example sentences containing 'photocopier'
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I left school, worked as a photocopier salesman and a bailiff for a couple of years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Freedom, it seems, lies far beyond the fax and photocopier. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Give them long enough and they'll blame the bloke who came to fix the photocopier, or the weather. The Sun (2011)You said she likes colour, which is great, because a monochrome office wardrobe is about as fun as fixing the photocopier. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Just the happy knowledge that people who can't use a photocopier are going to be in charge of ID cards. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'photocopier'
British English: photocopier /ˈfəʊtəʊˌkɒpɪə/ NOUN
A photocopier is a machine which quickly copies documents by photographing them.
- American English: photocopier
- Arabic: مَاكِينَةُ تَصْوِيرٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: máquina de xerox
- Chinese: 复印机
- Croatian: aparat za umnožavanje
- Czech: kopírka
- Danish: kopimaskine
- Dutch: kopieerapparaat
- European Spanish: fotocopiadora
- Finnish: kopiokone
- French: photocopieur
- German: Fotokopiergerät
- Greek: φωτοτυπικό μηχάνημα
- Italian: fotocopiatrice
- Japanese: コピー機
- Korean: 복사기
- Norwegian: kopimaskin
- Polish: kopiarka
- European Portuguese: máquina de fotocópias
- Romanian: copiator
- Russian: фотокопировальное устройство
- Spanish: fotocopiadora
- Swedish: kopieringsapparat
- Thai: เครื่องถ่ายเอกสาร
- Turkish: fotokopi makinesi
- Ukrainian: фотокопіювальна машина
- Vietnamese: máy photocopy
Definition of photocopier from the Collins English Dictionary
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