Definition of xerox
1 : to copy on a xerographic copier
2 : to make (a copy) on a xerographic copier
Examples of xerox in a Sentence
I'll xerox these forms for you.
I'll be xeroxing in the library.
Recent Examples of xerox from the Web
A fun crafty thing to do would be to xerox some of the pages with rough sketches and give them to your children to trace, or try drawing free hand.
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Origin and Etymology of xerox
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
Definition of Xerox
—used for a xerographic copier
XEROX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of xerox for English Language Learners
: to copy (something, such as a document) by using a special machine (called a copier)
Definition of Xerox for English Language Learners
—used for a machine that makes paper copies of printed pages, pictures, etc.
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