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Xer·ox

 (zîr′ŏks)
A trademark for a photocopying process or machine employing xerography. This trademark often occurs in print in lowercase as a verb and noun.
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Xerox

(ˈzɪərɒks)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) trademark
a. a xerographic copying process
b. a machine employing this process
c. a copy produced by this process
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to produce a copy of (a document, illustration, etc) by this process
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Xe•rox

(ˈzɪər ɒks)
1. Trademark. a brand name for a copying machine for reproducing printed, written, or pictorial matter by xerography.
n.
2. (sometimes l.c.) a copy made on a xerographic copying machine.
v.t., v.i.
3. (sometimes l.c.) to reproduce by xerography.
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Xerox


Past participle: Xeroxed
Gerund: Xeroxing

Imperative
Xerox
Xerox
Present
I Xerox
you Xerox
he/she/it Xeroxes
we Xerox
you Xerox
they Xerox
Preterite
I Xeroxed
you Xeroxed
he/she/it Xeroxed
we Xeroxed
you Xeroxed
they Xeroxed
Present Continuous
I am Xeroxing
you are Xeroxing
he/she/it is Xeroxing
we are Xeroxing
you are Xeroxing
they are Xeroxing
Present Perfect
I have Xeroxed
you have Xeroxed
he/she/it has Xeroxed
we have Xeroxed
you have Xeroxed
they have Xeroxed
Past Continuous
I was Xeroxing
you were Xeroxing
he/she/it was Xeroxing
we were Xeroxing
you were Xeroxing
they were Xeroxing
Past Perfect
I had Xeroxed
you had Xeroxed
he/she/it had Xeroxed
we had Xeroxed
you had Xeroxed
they had Xeroxed
Future
I will Xerox
you will Xerox
he/she/it will Xerox
we will Xerox
you will Xerox
they will Xerox
Future Perfect
I will have Xeroxed
you will have Xeroxed
he/she/it will have Xeroxed
we will have Xeroxed
you will have Xeroxed
they will have Xeroxed
Future Continuous
I will be Xeroxing
you will be Xeroxing
he/she/it will be Xeroxing
we will be Xeroxing
you will be Xeroxing
they will be Xeroxing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Xeroxing
you have been Xeroxing
he/she/it has been Xeroxing
we have been Xeroxing
you have been Xeroxing
they have been Xeroxing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Xeroxing
you will have been Xeroxing
he/she/it will have been Xeroxing
we will have been Xeroxing
you will have been Xeroxing
they will have been Xeroxing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Xeroxing
you had been Xeroxing
he/she/it had been Xeroxing
we had been Xeroxing
you had been Xeroxing
they had been Xeroxing
Conditional
I would Xerox
you would Xerox
he/she/it would Xerox
we would Xerox
you would Xerox
they would Xerox
Past Conditional
I would have Xeroxed
you would have Xeroxed
he/she/it would have Xeroxed
we would have Xeroxed
you would have Xeroxed
they would have Xeroxed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.xerox - a copy made by a xerographic printer
copy - a thing made to be similar or identical to another thing; "she made a copy of the designer dress"; "the clone was a copy of its ancestor"
2.Xerox - a duplicator (trade mark Xerox) that copies graphic matter by the action of light on an electrically charged photoconductive insulating surface in which the latent image is developed with a resinous powderXerox - a duplicator (trade mark Xerox) that copies graphic matter by the action of light on an electrically charged photoconductive insulating surface in which the latent image is developed with a resinous powder
copier, duplicator - apparatus that makes copies of typed, written or drawn material
Verb1.xerox - reproduce by xerography
microcopy - photocopy printed or other graphic matter so that it is reduced in size
photostat - make a copy by means of a Photostat device
reproduce - make a copy or equivalent of; "reproduce the painting"
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Xerox

noun
1. (trademark) photocopy, copy, reproduction, duplicate He enclosed a Xerox of the advert.
verb
1. photocopy, copy, reproduce, run off, print, replicate, duplicate, make a Xerox of (trademark) I should have simply Xeroxed this sheet for you.
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Translations
زيروكس: عَمَليَّة تَصوير وَثائِقنُسْخَةٌ مُصَوَّرةٌ بِعَمَلِيَّة زيروكسيُصَوِّر بِطَريقَة عَمَلِيَّة زيروكس
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xerografiaxerox
fotokopijafotokopirati

Xerox

® [ˈzɪərɒks]
A. N (= machine) → fotocopiadora f; (= copy) → fotocopia f
B. VTfotocopiar
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Xerox®

[ˈzɪərɒks]
n
(also Xerox machine) → photocopieuse f
(= photocopy) → photocopie f
vtphotocopier
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Xerox®

n (= copy)Xerokopie f; (= process)Xeroxverfahren nt
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Xerox

® [ˈzɪərɒks]
1. vtfotocopiare
2. n (also Xerox machine) → fotocopiatrice f; (photocopy) → fotocopia
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Xerox®

(ˈziəroks) noun
1. a type of photographic process used for copying documents.
2. a copying-machine using this process.
3. a photocopy (of something) made by such a process.
verb
to photocopy (something) using this process.
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References in classic literature ?
The street in question, as some travelers will remember, adjoins the Parc Monceau, which is one of the prettiest corners of Paris.
I am going into the Parc Monceau with my little girl to give her a walk, and my mother-in-law, who comes so rarely into this quarter, is to profit by the same opportunity to take the air.
The Parc Monceau is a very pretty piece of landscape-gardening, but Newman, passing into it, bestowed little attention upon its elegant vegetation, which was full of the freshness of spring.
Then I have had two long beds made in the grass on either side of the semicircle, each sown with mignonette, and one filled with Marie van Houtte, and the other with Jules Finger and the Bride; and in a warm corner under the drawing-room windows is a bed of Madame Lambard, Madame de Watteville, and Comtesse Riza du Parc; while farther down the garden, sheltered on the north and west by a group of beeches and lilacs, is another large bed, containing Rubens, Madame Joseph Schwartz, and the Hen.
Crawley told George where they were stopping with General Tufto at the Hotel du Parc, and George made his friend promise to come speedily to Osborne's own residence.
During a meeting held in PARC Muhammad Ayub Chaudhry enlightened the role of PARC in the process of variety evaluation and its release.
The committee met at Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) on Monday with Chairman PARC Muhammad Ayub Chaudhry in the chair and accorded the approval of the verities for commercial cultivation.
The Parc chairman, being the chief executive of the council, should have exceptional capabilities, competency to plan and pursue national agricultural agenda, lead the team of agricultural scientists in various disciplines and help in implementation of the food security policy at the highest level.
His simple mission was to create a sustainable ecosystem for the performing arts, with The PARC functioning as an open hub for artists to congregate on their skills, equip themselves for their future careers and become relevant contributors of the society,' said William Guido, chairman of The PARC Foundation.
Umer Sajjad informed that a division bench of the IHC had asked the PARC secretary to appear in person for the court assistance in the matter, however, the secretary failed to turn up in the matter.
They held a meeting with Chairman PARC Dr Yusuf Zafar, who is also the chairman for Pak-China Collaboration in Agriculture Sector, said a press release.