Please copy this.
Tom asked for permission to use the copy machine.
The Russians copy the French ways, but always fifty years later.
Hiroshi is worn out with worry since he lost the only copy of the book he needed for his report.
In the tenth century, the city of Shiraz already held a library that reputedly featured a copy of every known book at the time.
First, in order to get a feel for your favourite author's work, transcribe and copy in full.
When a thing has been said and well said, have no scruple: take it and copy it.
This is a copy of a photo of a painting. I guess that makes it a third level simulacrum.
After a long wait in line, she was told she should get a certified copy of her birth certificate as identification.
Light source, that is what direction the light is facing, also take care with shadowing. Just copy down into the sketch book you have at hand as accurately as possible.
At the end of an exam you have to give back your a copy.
It's a comparison of setting the white balance to "auto" versus presetting it with white copy paper.
It is impossible to burn a copy of Dante's Inferno because the ice of the ninth layer of hell will put out any fires kindled with earlier pages.
Ah, if you can dub it, can I ask for a copy as well?
English word "copy"(copy) occurs in sets:101 - 200 verbosVocabulary 02Vocabulary 10