Copyist

A copyist is a person who makes copies. The term is sometimes used for artists who make copies of other artists` paintings. However, the modern use of the term is almost entirely confined to music copyists, who are employed by the music industry to produce neat copies from a composer or arranger`s manuscript. ==Music copyists== Until the 1990s, .....
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copyist

[n] - someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts
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Copyist

• (n.) A copier; a transcriber; an imitator; a plagiarist.
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copyist

scribe 1 scrivener noun someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts
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Copyist

Cop'y·ist noun A copier; a transcriber; an imitator; a plagiarist.
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copyist

copyist 1. Someone who is employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts. 2. Anyone who makes copies of handwritten documents or music. 3. An unimaginative imitator or a mere imitator of others.
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Copyist

Those who copy text and books, also known as clerks and used as notaries.
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