Xerox machine

Xerox machine
'Xerox ma.chine
n
trademark a special electric machine used for making copies of written or printed material

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • Xerox machine — noun 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 • Syn: ↑Xerox, ↑xerographic copier… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Xerox machine — noun (C) trademark a special electric machine used for making copies of written or printed material; a kind of photocopier …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Xerox™ — Ⅰ. Xerox™ UK US noun [C] TRADEMARK WORKPLACE ► a copy of a written or printed document, made by a machine using a photographic process: »Could you send me a Xerox of the contract? → See also PHOTOCOPY(Cf. ↑photocopy) noun …   Financial and business terms

  • Xerox — This article is about the company. For photocopying, see photocopier. Xerox Corporation Type Public Traded as NYSE:  …   Wikipedia

  • Xerox — ▪ I. Xerox Xe‧rox 1 [ˈzɪərɒks ǁ ˈziːrɑːks] noun [countable] trademark especially AmE 1. also Xerox machine OFFICE a machine that makes p …   Financial and business terms

  • Xerox — [[t]zɪ͟ərɒks[/t]] Xeroxes, Xeroxing, Xeroxed 1) N COUNT: usu N n A Xerox is a machine that can make copies of pieces of paper which have writing or other marks on them. [TRADEMARK] The rooms are crammed with humming Xerox machines. 2) N COUNT A… …   English dictionary

  • Xerox — UK [ˈzɪərɒks] / US [ˈzɪˌrɑks] Word forms Xerox : singular Xerox plural Xeroxes trademark a copy of a written document or image that is made with a Xerox machine …   English dictionary

  • Xerox — Xer|ox [ zı,raks ] TRADEMARK a copy of a written document or image that is made with a Xerox machine …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Xerox Daybreak — (a.k.a. Xerox 6085 PCS, Xerox 1186) is a workstation computer marketed by Xerox from 1985 to 1989. It ran the ViewPoint (later GlobalView) GUI and was used extensively throughout Xerox until being replaced by Suns and PCs. Despite being years… …   Wikipedia

  • Xerox art — (sometimes, more generically, called electrostatic art or copy art) is created by putting objects on the glass, or image area, of a copying machine and by pressing start to making an image. If the object is not flat, or the cover does not totally …   Wikipedia

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