copybook

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copy +‎ book

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copybook (plural copybooks)

  1. A student's exercise book containing samples of good handwriting to be copied.
  2. (Quebec English) A notebook containing blank, often lined, pages for writing answers.
  3. (computing) A series of instructions or data definitions copied into multiple programs from a shared library; boilerplate.

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