[kop-ee-rahy-ter] /ˈkɒp iˌraɪ tər/
a of , especially for advertisements or publicity releases.
a person employed to write advertising copy
“writer of copy for advertisements,” 1911, from copy + writer. Related: Copywriting.
- Cop zs
verb phrase (Variations: bag or catch or cut or get or pile up or stack may replace cop)To sentimental material and utters relatively simpleminded moral convictions: Eisenhower on no account can be called a cornball (1940s+)
[French kawk aw van] /French kɔk ɔ ˈvɛ̃/ noun, French Cookery. 1. chicken stewed in a sauce of wine, diced pork, onions, garlic, and mushrooms. /kɔk o vɛ̃/ noun 1. chicken stewed with red wine, onions, etc