[koh-pol-uh-mer] /koʊˈpɒl ə mər/
a chemical compound of high molecular weight produced by polymerizing two or more different monomers together.
a chemical compound of high molecular weight formed by uniting the molecules of two or more different compounds (monomers) Compare polymer, oligomer
A polymer of two or more different monomers. The synthetic rubber used to make tire treads and shoe soles, for example, is a copolymer made of the monomers butadiene and styrene.
- Copolymer resin
copolymer resin co·pol·y·mer resin (kō-pŏl’ə-mər) n. A synthetic resin produced by joint polymerization of two or more different monomers or polymers.
[koh-puh-lim-uh-rahyz, koh-pol-uh-muh-] /ˌkoʊ pəˈlɪm əˌraɪz, koʊˈpɒl ə mə-/ verb (used with or without object), copolymerized, copolymerizing. Chemistry. 1. to subject to or undergo a change analogous to polymerization but with a union of two or more different monomers. /kəʊˈpɒlɪməˌraɪz/ verb 1. to react (two compounds) together to produce a copolymer
- Cop onto
verb phrase To come to understand or become aware of: cop onto that idea
[kop-out] /ˈkɒpˌaʊt/ noun, Informal. 1. an act or instance of copping out; reneging; evasion: The governor’s platform was a cop-out. 2. a person who cops out: Everyone helped as they had promised, except for one cop-out. see cop out. noun An evasion; an excuse for inaction: Arguing about standards is a ”cop-out” (1960s+ Counterculture)