copy typist


copy typist
copy typist NOUN a person whose job is to type transcripts of written drafts.

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  • copy typist — noun A typist who copies written, printed, etc matter, not working from shorthand or recorded sound • • • Main Entry: ↑copy * * * ˈcopy typist 7 [copy typist] noun (BrE …   Useful english dictionary

  • Copy typist — A copy typist is someone who specialises in typing text from a source which they read. Contents 1 Professional overview 2 See also 3 References 4 External links …   Wikipedia

  • copy typist — noun A typist who types up written notes or drafts, rather than typing from dictation …   Wiktionary

  • copy typist — /ˈkɒpi taɪpəst/ (say kopee tuypuhst) noun a typist who works from written or typed pages, rather than from dictation …   Australian English dictionary

  • copy typist — noun a person whose job is to type transcripts of written drafts …   English new terms dictionary

  • copy — n. & v. n. (pl. ies) 1 a thing made to imitate or be identical to another. 2 a single specimen of a publication or issue (ordered twenty copies). 3 a matter to be printed. b material for a newspaper or magazine article (scandals make good copy).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • typist — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ fast, good ▪ copy, shorthand (both BrE) ▪ touch (usually touch typist) …   Collocations dictionary

  • Audio typist — This article is about audio typists. For other uses of Typist, see Typist (disambiguation). An audio typist is someone who specialises in typing text from an audio source which they listen to. The source, or original document is usually recorded… …   Wikipedia

  • shorthand typist — n BrE someone whose job is to use shorthand to write down what someone else says and then ↑type a copy of it American Equivalent: stenographer …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shorthand typist — noun (C) BrE someone whose job is to use shorthand to write down what someone else says and then type 2 (1) a copy of it; stenographer especially AmE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English