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  1. cop

    • IPA[kɒp]


    • n.
      a police officer;shrewdness; practical intelligence
    • v.
      catch or arrest (an offender);incur (something unwelcome)
    • verb: cop, 3rd person present: cops, gerund or present participle: copping, past tense: copped, past participle: copped

    • noun: cop, plural noun: cops

    • 釋義
    • 片語


    • 1. a police officer a cop in a patrol car gave chase
    • 2. Irish shrewdness; practical intelligence he had the cop-on to stay clear of Hugh Thornley


    • 1. catch or arrest (an offender) he was copped for speeding
    • incur (something unwelcome) England's captain copped most of the blame an easy journey, if we don't cop any rough weather
    • 2. receive or attain (something welcome) she copped an award for her role in the film
    • US obtain (an illegal drug) he copped some hash for me
    • 3. North American strike (an attitude or pose) I copped an attitude—I acted real tough