Xerox Definition

zîrŏks
xeroxed, xeroxing
proper name
A device for copying graphic or printed material by xerography.
Webster's New World
verb
To reproduce (printed material) by xerography.
Webster's New World

(slang, North America) To make a paper copy or copies by means of a photocopier.

I xeroxed the report for all the people at the meeting.
Wiktionary
noun
A copy made by xerography.
Webster's New World

(slang, North America) A photocopy.

Hand me that xerox, would you?
Wiktionary
Alternative form of xerox.
Wiktionary
Synonyms:
  • xerox-copy
  • Xerox machine
  • xerographic copier
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other
A trademark for a photocopying process or machine employing xerography. This trademark often occurs in print in lowercase as a verb and noun.
American Heritage

Origin of Xerox

  • From Xerox (“a photocopier") (originally a trademark), from xerography, from Ancient Greek ξηρός (ksÄ“ros, “dry") and γραφή (graphÄ“, “writing").

    From Wiktionary

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