A machine that makes copies of printed or graphic matter.(noun)
One that transcribes or copies: a copier of ancient manuscripts. (noun)
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Use "copier" in a sentence
"In a regime obsessed with the control of information a copier is a dangerous instrument."
"Someone demand to see the GOP version of Finance Reform and when they don't produce it or say sorry, the copier is jammed or my dog ate it, expose them for the obstructionists that they are."
"If you think the windows copier is fine, either you're using vista (i think the last one was fixed on vista) or you haven't had to copy huge amounts of files."