Copy and Knock off


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Copy verb – To make an exact likeness of.
Usage example: for the movie, set designers copied the Oval Office in the White House down to the smallest detail

Knock off and copy are semantically related. in duplicate topic. In some cases you can use "Knock off" instead a verb "Copy", when it comes to topics like imitate.
Nearby Words: copied, copying, copier, copyist
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Knock off

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Knock off verb – To bring (as an action or operation) to an immediate end.
Copy and knock off are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Copy" instead the word "Knock off" as a verb or a noun.
Synonyms for Knock off

Both terms in one sentence

  • Fanfic / Code Geass Megiddo Red China: As opposed to the Romance of the Three Kingdoms knock off it was in R2, Megiddo's depiction of the Chinese Federation is pretty much a copy of the real life PRC.
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