[kop-is] /ˈkɒp ɪs/
a thicket or dense growth of small trees or bushes, esp one regularly trimmed back to stumps so that a continual supply of small poles and firewood is obtained
(transitive) to trim back (trees or bushes) to form a coppice
(intransitive) to form a coppice
late 14c., “small thicket of trees grown for cutting,” from Old French copeiz, coupeiz “a cut-over forest,” from Vulgar Latin *colpaticium “having been cut,” ultimately from Latin colaphus “a blow with the fist,” from Greek kolaphos “blow, cuff” (see coup).
1. variant of before a vowel: copremia.
copremesis cop·rem·e·sis (kŏ-prěm’ĭ-sĭs) n. See fecal vomiting.
[ko-pree-mee-uh] /kɒˈpri mi ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. poisoning due to the presence of fecal matter in the blood.
/ˌkəʊˈprəʊsɛsə/ noun 1. (computing) a microprocessor circuit that operates alongside and supplements the capabilities of the main processor, providing, for example, high-speed arithmetic coprocessor (kō’prŏs’ěs-ər) A microprocessor distinct from the central processing unit. A coprocessor performs specialized functions that the central processing unit cannot perform or cannot perform as well and as quickly. Any computer […]