A crime committed in imitation of another crime, esp one that is sensational and highly publicized: Copy-Cat Crimes of the Heart
[kop-ee-kat] /ˈkɒp iˌkæt/ noun, Also, copy cat 1. a person or thing that copies, imitates, mimics, or follows the lead of another, as a child who says or does exactly the same as another child. adjective 2. imitating or repeating a recent, well-known occurrence: a copycat murder. verb (used with object), copycatted, copycatting. 3. to […]
[kop-ee-kuht-er] /ˈkɒp iˌkʌt ər/ noun, Journalism. 1. an employee of a newspaper who separates into takes to facilitate printing.
noun, Journalism. 1. the desk in a newspaper office at which copy is edited and prepared for printing. Compare 1 (def 5). noun 1. (journalism) a desk where copy is edited
[kop-ee-ed-it] /ˈkɒp iˌɛd ɪt/ verb (used with object) 1. to edit (a manuscript, document, text, etc.) for publication, especially for punctuation, spelling, grammatical structure, style, etc. 2. to copyread.