Etymology
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photocopy (v.)

1924, "make a photographic reproduction," from photo- "photographic" + copy (v.). The usual modern meaning arose 1942 with the advent of xerography. The noun is recorded from 1934. Related: Photocopied; photocopying.

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Definitions of photocopy
1
photocopy (v.)
reproduce by xerography;
Synonyms: run off / xerox
2
photocopy (n.)
a photographic copy of written or printed or graphic work;
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