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cop

  
[1]  
Slang  
      n  
1       another name for       policeman  
2      (Brit)   an arrest (esp. in the phrase a fair cop)  
3    an instance of plagiarism  
      vb   , cops, copping, copped   tr  
4    to seize or catch  
5    to steal  
6    to buy, steal, or otherwise obtain (illegal drugs)  
   Compare       score       26  
7      (Also)    cop it   to suffer (a punishment)  
you'll cop a clout if you do that!     
8    cop it sweet     (Austral)  
slang  
a    to accept a penalty without complaint  
b    to have good fortune,   (See also)        cop out  
     (C18: (vb) perhaps from obsolete cap to arrest, from Old French caper to seize; sense 1, back formation from copper2)  
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cop   [2]  
      n  
1    a conical roll of thread wound on a spindle  
2    Now chiefly dialect   the top or crest, as of a hill  
     (Old English cop, copp top, summit, of uncertain origin; perhaps related to Old English copp cup)  

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cop   [3]  
      n     (Brit)  
slang   usually used with a negative   worth or value  
that work is not much cop     
     (C19: n use of cop1 (in the sense: to catch, hence something caught, something of value))  

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copper   [2]  
      n      a slang word for       policeman     (Often shortened to)    cop         
     (C19: from cop1 (vb) + -er1)  


cop   [1]  
Slang  
      n  
1       another name for       policeman  
2      (Brit)   an arrest (esp. in the phrase a fair cop)  
3    an instance of plagiarism  
      vb   , cops, copping, copped   tr  
4    to seize or catch  
5    to steal  
6    to buy, steal, or otherwise obtain (illegal drugs)  
   Compare       score       26  
7      (Also)    cop it   to suffer (a punishment)  
you'll cop a clout if you do that!     
8    cop it sweet     (Austral)  
slang  
a    to accept a penalty without complaint  
b    to have good fortune,   (See also)        cop out  
     (C18: (vb) perhaps from obsolete cap to arrest, from Old French caper to seize; sense 1, back formation from copper2)  
cop   [2]  
      n  
1    a conical roll of thread wound on a spindle  
2    Now chiefly dialect   the top or crest, as of a hill  
     (Old English cop, copp top, summit, of uncertain origin; perhaps related to Old English copp cup)  
cop   [3]  
      n     (Brit)  
slang   usually used with a negative   worth or value  
that work is not much cop            
     (C19: n use of cop1 (in the sense: to catch, hence something caught, something of value))  
COP     (in New Zealand)  
      abbrev. for   Certificate of Proficiency: a pass in a university subject  
cop out   Slang  
      vb  
1    intr, adv   to fail to assume responsibility or to commit oneself  
      n  
   cop-out         
2    an instance of avoiding responsibility or commitment  
3    a person who acts in this way  
     (C20: probably from cop1)  
silent cop  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   a small hemispherical traffic marker at an intersection  
traffic cop  
      n  
Informal   a policeman who supervises road traffic  

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COP     (in New Zealand)  
      abbrev. for   Certificate of Proficiency: a pass in a university subject  


cop   [1]  
Slang  
      n  
1       another name for       policeman  
2      (Brit)   an arrest (esp. in the phrase a fair cop)  
3    an instance of plagiarism  
      vb   , cops, copping, copped   tr  
4    to seize or catch  
5    to steal  
6    to buy, steal, or otherwise obtain (illegal drugs)  
   Compare       score       26  
7      (Also)    cop it   to suffer (a punishment)  
you'll cop a clout if you do that!     
8    cop it sweet     (Austral)  
slang  
a    to accept a penalty without complaint  
b    to have good fortune,   (See also)        cop out  
     (C18: (vb) perhaps from obsolete cap to arrest, from Old French caper to seize; sense 1, back formation from copper2)  
cop   [2]  
      n  
1    a conical roll of thread wound on a spindle  
2    Now chiefly dialect   the top or crest, as of a hill  
     (Old English cop, copp top, summit, of uncertain origin; perhaps related to Old English copp cup)  
cop   [3]  
      n     (Brit)  
slang   usually used with a negative   worth or value  
that work is not much cop     
     (C19: n use of cop1 (in the sense: to catch, hence something caught, something of value))  
cop out   Slang  
      vb  
1    intr, adv   to fail to assume responsibility or to commit oneself  
      n  
  cop-out  
2    an instance of avoiding responsibility or commitment  
3    a person who acts in this way  
     (C20: probably from cop1)  
silent cop  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   a small hemispherical traffic marker at an intersection  
traffic cop  
      n  
Informal   a policeman who supervises road traffic  

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cop out

  
  
abandon, desert, dodge, quit, renege, renounce, revoke, skip, skive     (Brit. slang)   withdraw  

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cop-out     
alibi, dodge, fraud, pretence, pretext  

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Consulte también:

cop it, cop it sweet, cop out, silent cop

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