See also: Copt and сорт

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  1. (obsolete) simple past and past participle of cop
    • 1873, Judy, volumes 13-14, page 99:
      We used to play at "locking up," / When JANE was copt no bribe could save her; / I was the Beak she come before, / And 'twas a month that then I gave her.

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  • John Camden Hotten (1873) The Slang Dictionary

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Latin coctus.

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  • IPA(key): /kopt/
  • (file)

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copt m or n (feminine singular coaptă, masculine plural copți, feminine and neuter plural coapte)

  1. baked
  2. ripe

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  1. past participle of coace