Another word for copy
facsimile, duplicate, reproduction, replica, photocopy, photostat, likeness, print, simulation, impersonation, reprint, offprint, Xerox (trademark), fax, hard copy, microfiche, imitation, forgery, counterfeit, fake, rubbing, transcript, carbon, carbon copy, mimeograph sheet, mimeograph copy, typescript, transcription, cast, tracing, effigy, counterpart, mirror image, semblance, likeness, portrait, model, image, reflection, representation, replication, study, photograph, microcopy, microfilm, examined copy, certified copy, fair copy, example, specimen, impression, text, proof, ditto, knockoff*; see also duplicate, imitation 2, reproduction 3.
copy, the broadest of these terms, refers to a thing that is made to be like another, whether the resulting correspondence is exact or approximate a carbon copy; reproduction implies a close imitation of an original, often, however, with differences, as of material, size, or quality a reproduction of a painting; a facsimile is an exact reproduction in appearance, sometimes, however, differing in scale a facsimile of the original Declaration of Independence; a duplicate is a double, or counterpart, of something, serving all the purposes of the original a duplicate of the contract; a replica is an exact reproduction of a work of art or other object, sometimes on a smaller scale a replica of the Parthenon, in strict usage referring to a reproduction of a work of art made by the original artist
represent, duplicate, paraphrase, counterfeit, forge, photocopy, ditto, transcribe, delineate, depict, portray, picture, repeat, reduplicate, replicate, clone, plagiarize, borrow, lift*, crib*, knock off*; see also draw 2, reproduce 1, 2. See syn. study at imitate.
Another word for copynoun
Something closely resembling another:carbon copy, duplicate, facsimile, image, likeness, reduplication, replica, replication, reproduction, simulacrum. (Archaic) simulacre. (Law) counterpart. See same
An inferior substitute imitating an original:ersatz, imitation, pinchbeck, simulation. See substitute