What is the difference between Noted and Copy?

The difference between noted and copy

is that "noted" is well known because of one’s reputation; famous, celebrated and "copy" is the result of copying; an identical duplicate of an original.




  • Well known because of one’s reputation; famous, celebrated.


  • simple past tense and past participle of note


  • In 1866 Colonel J. F. Meline noted that the rebozo had almost disappeared in Santa Fe and that hoop skirts, on sale in the stores, were being widely used.


  • The result of copying; an identical duplicate of an original.
  • An imitation, sometimes of inferior quality.
  • (journalism) The text that is to be typeset.
  • (journalism) A gender-neutral abbreviation for copy boy.
  • (marketing, advertising) The output of copywriters, who are employed to write material which encourages consumers to buy goods or services.
  • (uncountable) The text of newspaper articles.
  • A school work pad.
  • A printed edition of a book or magazine.
  • (obsolete) That which is to be imitated, transcribed, or reproduced; a pattern, model, or example.
  • (obsolete) An abundance or plenty of anything.
  • (obsolete) copyhold; tenure; lease
  • (genetics) The result of gene or chromosomal duplication.


  • duplicate
  • facsimile
  • image
  • likeness
  • reduplication
  • replica
  • replication
  • reproduction
  • simulacrum
  • fake
  • forgery
  • phony
  • sham


  • original


  • advance copy
  • backup copy
  • carbon copy
  • certified copy
  • clean copy
  • conformed copy
  • courtesy copy
  • deep copy
  • duplicate copy
  • fair copy
  • hard copy
  • image copy
  • master copy
  • microcopy
  • office copy
  • photocopy
  • presentation copy
  • promotional copy
  • reading copy
  • review copy
  • scaled copy
  • shallow copy
  • soft copy
  • top copy
  • xerox copy

Related terms

  • copy area
  • copy book
  • copy boy
  • copy cat
  • copy constructor
  • copy desk
  • copy editor
  • copy holder
  • copy key
  • copy menu
  • copy number
  • copy protection
  • copy room
  • copy ruler
  • copy shop
  • copy test
  • copy typist


  • Please bring me the copies of those reports.
  • I have not the vanity to think my copy equal to the original.
  • That handbag is a copy. You can tell because the buckle is different.
  • Submit all copy to the appropriate editor.
  • Tim got in trouble for forgetting his maths copy.
  • Have you seen the latest copy of “Newsweek” yet?
  • The library has several copies of the Bible.
  • His virtues are an excellent copy for imitation.
  • Let him first learn to write, after a copy of all the letters.
  • She was blessed with no more copy of wit, but to serve his humour thus.


  • (transitive) To produce an object identical to a given object.
  • (transitive) To give or transmit a copy to (a person).
  • (transitive, computing) To place a copy of an object in memory for later use.
  • (transitive) To imitate.
  • (radio) To receive a transmission successfully.


  • imitate

Related terms

  • copy and paste
  • copy down
  • copy out


  • Please copy these reports for me.
  • [Isaac Newton] was obsessed with alchemy. He spent hours copying alchemical recipes and trying to replicate them in his laboratory. He believed that the Bible contained numerological codes. The truth is that Newton was very much a product of his time.
  • Make sure you copy me on that important memo.
  • First copy the files, and then paste them in another directory.
  • Don’t copy my dance moves.
  • Mom, he’s copying me!
  • We copy instinctively the voices of our companions, their accents, and their modes of pronunciation.
  • Do you copy?