copied

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kopyalanan
(Bilgisayar) kopyalandı

Bu dosya tamamen kopyalandı. - The document was copied exactly.

Bütün bu cümle Wikipedia'dan kopyalandı. - This whole sentence has been copied from Wikipedia.

kopyalanmış

Eski el yazmaları elle kopyalanmıştır. - Ancient manuscripts were copied by hand.

kopyala(mak)
kopyala

Kitaptan bir pasajı defterime kopyaladım. - I copied a passage from the book into my notebook.

Bu dosya tamamen kopyalandı. - The document was copied exactly.

copy
suret
copy
{f} kopya etmek
copy
kopya

Nihayi ürünün bir kopyasını göndermek şartıyla bizim yazılımı dahil etmeniz için iznimiz var. - You have our permission to include our software on condition that you send us a copy of the final product.

Biri diğerinden çok daha canlı olduğundan, orijinal ve kopya kolayca ayırt edilirler. - The original and the copy are easily distinguished since the one is much more vivid than the other.

copy
nüsha

Uzun bir bekleyişten sonra, ona kimlik olarak onun doğum belgesinin onaylı bir nüshasını alması gerektiği söyleniyor. - After a long wait in line, she was told she should get a certified copy of her birth certificate as identification.

copied to
(Bilgisayar) kopyasını alan
copied to
(Bilgisayar) kopyalama hedefi
copied cells
(Bilgisayar) kopyalanan hücreler
copied cells
(Bilgisayar) kopyalanan hücreleri
copy
çoğaltmak
copy
adet
copy
{i} metin
copy
karalama
copy
(Bilgisayar) kopyalama

Cevaplarımı kopyalamayın. - Don't copy my answers.

Çalışmamı kopyalamana izin vermem doğru olmazdı. - It wouldn't be right that I'd let you copy my work.

copy
eskiz
copy
(Bilgisayar) aktarma
copy
tane
copy
(Sanat) benzeti
copy
numune
copy
sayı
copy
göçürmek
copy
örnek almak
copy
(gazete/vb.'nin) bir tek sayısı
copy
kopyasını yapmak
copy
kopya çekmek

Kopya çekmektense başarısız olmayı tercih ederim. - I would rather fail than copy.

copy
{f} kopyala

Bu programı bilgisayarınıza kopyalayın. - Copy this program on your computer.

Lütfen bu sayfayı kopyalayın. - Please copy this page.

copy
taklit etmek
copy
istinsah etmek
copy
ANLAşıLDı: Bir telsiz telefon haberinin alındığını bildirmek için kullanılan kelime
copy
nüsha/kopya
copy
örnek
copy
{i} poz
copy
senet
copy
eşlem
copy
kopyası çıkarılabilmek
copy
nin bir tek sayısı
copy
kopyalama kopya
copy
başkalarının d
copy
{f} (sınavda) kopya çekmek
copy
gazete
copy
{f} (Bilgisayar) kopyalamak
copy
{f} kopyasını çıkarmak
copy
{i} adet, tane; (yazılı eserler için) nüsha
İngilizce - İngilizce
{a} taken from or off, transcribed
past of copy
derived by copying something else; especially by following lines seen through a transparent sheet
carbon copied
Simple past tense and past participle of carbon copy
copy
A printed edition of a book or magazine

Have you seen the latest copy of Newsweek yet?.

copy
To place a copy of an object in memory for later use

First copy the files, and then paste them in another directory.

copy
To produce an object identical to a given object

Please copy these reports for me.

copy
The output of copywriters, who are employed to write material which encourages consumers to buy goods or services
copy
An imitation, sometimes of inferior quality

That handbag is a copy. You can tell because the buckle is different.

copy
The result of copying (confer original); an identical duplication

Please bring me the copies of those reports.

copy
The text that is to be typeset
copy
{n} a manuscript, imitation, pattern to write after, duplicate of an original writing, picture
copy
{v} to transcribe, write from or out, imitate
copy
A fundamental concept in any evolutionary system Chain letter C is a copy of letter P if P is a primary letter used to produce the text of C, as by hand copying or photocopying P is then a parent of C New variations, errors, deletions or additions may appear on copy C, but at least half the text of P should appear on C, with details carried forward A translation is also considered a copy Very rarely, a chain letter may be a copy of two parent letters Copying should be accurate enough that if one had all the chain letters ever produced, one could determine the parent(s) of almost every letter Such an assemblage is copy dominated In particular, characteristics that favorably effect replication should be transmitted from parent to copy Chain letter C is an identical copy (clone) of letter P if both are the exact same sequence of characters, disregarding formatting See transfer
copy
Same as Bastard
copy
to copy the selected material to the Windows clipboard to use it somewhere else without removing it from the original location
copy
If you make a copy of something, you produce something that looks like the original thing. The reporter apparently obtained a copy of Steve's resignation letter = duplicate
copy
often with out, sometimes with off
copy
To imitate; to attempt to resemble, as in manners or course of life
copy
matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials material suitable for a journalistic account; "catastrophes make good copy"
copy
material suitable for a journalistic account; "catastrophes make good copy"
copy
to leave some text or image where it is, but copy it to another location also; to copy - highlight then hold down the control key and press C, to paste - control V
copy
To make a copy or copies; to imitate
copy
(file): in the Macintosh world, to drag an image or icon of a file onto another location, depositing a copy of that file in the new location Counter to the intuitive notion of dragging a physical item, the original item either stays where it was (if the file is being copied onto another device, like a floppy disk), or actually moves to the new location (in the case of movement from one folder into another folder on the same device)
copy
Copyhold; tenure; lease
copy
The text of newspaper articles
copy
1 (of an object) A new object that has similar structure and contents as the original object A copy may be an instance of the same class as the original object, or it may be an instance of the type-for-copy of the object A copy may or may not share structure with the original object Compare fresh copy, shallow copy 2 (an object) To create a copy of the object
copy
a secondary representation of an original; "she made a copy of the designer dress"
copy
{i} apograph
copy
An abundance or plenty of anything
copy
To yield a duplicate or transcript; as, the letter did not copy well
copy
a secondary representation of an original; "she made a copy of the designer dress" matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials material suitable for a journalistic account; "catastrophes make good copy" make a replica of; "copy that drawing"; "re-create a picture by Rembrandt" copy down as is; "The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over
copy
copy down as is; "The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over
copy
copy down as is; "The students were made to copy the alphabet over and over"
copy
Refers to the act of duplicating something that is highlighted to place it elsewhere
copy
any furnished material (typewritten manuscript, pictures, artwork, etc ) to be used in the production of printing
copy
(v ) In a window system, to duplicate selected text, graphics, or other data onto the clipboard
copy
Duplicate of the contents of an original document or record created at the same time as the original (carbon copy) or subsequent to the origination of the original (photocopy) See also convenience copy and record copy
copy
To make a copy or copies of; to write; print, engrave, or paint after an original; to duplicate; to reproduce; to transcribe; as, to copy a manuscript, inscription, design, painting, etc
copy
In journalism, copy is news or information that can be used in an article in a newspaper. journalists looking for good copy. see also back copy, carbon copy, hard copy
copy
Manuscript or printed matter to be set up in type; as, the printers are calling for more copy
copy
make a replica of; "copy that drawing"; "re-create a picture by Rembrandt"
copy
A command that copies information to the clipboard so it can be placed in a different area
copy
To replicate data (i e , text, image, sound, etc ) To copy data on the screen, highlight the object or text you would like to copy and use your "Edit" menu at the top of your Browser window (other application window) to locate the "Copy" function On a PC you can also click on the right mouse button for copy options
copy
In journalism, copy is written material that is ready to be printed or read in a broadcast. his ability to write the most lyrical copy in the history of sports television. advertising copy
copy
See under Paper
copy
This button copies a word or phrase from the dictionary into your Windows document Simply highlight the text you want to copy, click on the Copy button (or you can choose Copy from the Edit menu), return to your document, move the cursor to the place where you want the text to appear, and then go to the Edit menu and choose Paste
copy
A copy of a book, newspaper, or CD is one of many that are exactly the same. I bought a copy of `USA Today' from a street-corner machine You can obtain a copy for $2 from New York Central Art Supply
copy
That which is to be imitated, transcribed, or reproduced; a pattern, model, or example; as, his virtues are an excellent copy for imitation
copy
The Copy button places a copy of the selected material on the Windows Clipboard, where it is available to be pasted somewhere else
copy
Receive a transmission successfully
copy
If you copy something, you produce something that looks like the original thing. She never participated in obtaining or copying any classified documents for anyone. top designers, whose work has been widely copied He copied the chart from a book
copy
Copies the selected text and places it on the Clipboard
copy
biology: reproduce or make an exact copy of; "replicate the cell"; "copy the genetic information"
copy
reproduce someone's behavior or looks; "The mime imitated the passers-by"; "Children often copy their parents or older siblings"
copy
- The written part of an advertisement Effective copy is critically important, even in visually-oriented advertising messages
copy
(1) A reproduction of the contents of an original document, prepared simultaneously or separately and usually identified by function or by method of creation Copies identified by function include action copy, information or reference copy, official file copy, reading or chronological file copy, suspense or tickler file copy, and stock copy Copies identified by method of creation include carbon copy, electrostatic copy, mimeograph copy, and ribbon copy
copy
An imitation, transcript, or reproduction of an original work; as, a copy of a letter, an engraving, a painting, or a statue
copy
matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials
copy
{f} duplicate; imitate
copy
If you copy a piece of writing, you write it again exactly. He would allow John slyly to copy his answers to impossibly difficult algebra questions He copied the data into a notebook We're copying from textbooks because we don't have enough to go round. Copy out means the same as copy. He wrote the title on the blackboard, then copied out the text sentence by sentence `Did he leave a phone number?' --- `Oh, yes.' She copied it out for him
copy
{i} photostat; duplicate
copy
An imitation of inferior quality
copy
The text portion of material to be printed
copy
A school work pad
copy
If you copy a person or what they do, you try to do what they do or try to be like them, usually because you admire them or what they have done. Children can be seen to copy the behaviour of others whom they admire or identify with the coquettish gestures she had copied from actresses in soap operas. = imitate + copying copy·ing Children learn by copying
copy
An individual book, or a single set of books containing the works of an author; as, a copy of the Bible; a copy of the works of Addison
copy
A writing paper of a particular size
copy
To imitate
copy
manuscript, picture, artwork, and other material that is to used in the production of pages for printing; body of text as opposed to illustrations
copy
The process of capturing media to your computer's memory so that it can be pasted elsewhere Information to be copied is first identified by selecting it before the Copy button is clicked Copied media is held in memory, on a virtual Clipboard, until it is replaced by a subsequent Copy or Cut procedure Using the keys Control and C together is the useful shortcut for this frequent action
copy
(1) To reproduce an object by placing it into the clipboard then pasting it elsewhere in the same publication or into a document belonging to another program (2) To reproduce a file by renaming it or placing it on another drive or directory Often done as a form of data security [See Backup ]
copy
a reproduction of a written record (e g of a legal or school record)
copy
A command in the edit menu that copies selected material and places it on the clipboard, without removing the material from the original document
copy
All spoken words or written text in an advertisement
copy
To highlight a section or whole document and leave it unaffected but make a duplicate and put it in another place (WP, Gr 5)
copy
is a Windows® function to copy a selected text or data record into the so-called clipboard From there, the function Insert enters the content of the clipboard in the currently marked text, list area or another WINDOWS application (spreadsheet, text) The shortcut for Copy is STRG+C, for Insert STRG+V
copy
The words (text) that are used in printed material
copied