recopy

verb re·copy \ (ˌ)rē-ˈkä-pē \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of recopy

recopied; recopying; recopies
: to copy (something) again
  • I intended to bring up the example of the Irish monasteries during the Dark Ages. Monks in Ireland copied and recopied manuscripts at a time when parchment was being used as heating fuel in the rest of Europe.
  • —John Rember
  • The dictations were amended, edited, recopied, and left in an inchoate form for most of a century, until the editors at the Mark Twain Papers & Project decided to put them into shape.
  • —Steve Courtney

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1684

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