ETYM Italian, detto, ditto, from Latin dictum. Related to Dictum.
1. A mimeographic reproduction of a document.
2. A ditto mark.
3. A thing mentioned previously or above — used to avoid repeating a word; often symbolized by inverted commas or apostrophes.
ETYM French, prob. from Prov. French dupe, dube; of unknown origin; equiv. to French huppe hoopoe, a foolish bird, easily caught. Related to Armor. houpérik hoopoe, a man easily deceived. Related to also Gull, Booby.
One who has been deceived or who is easily deceived.
One of two young produced from a single pregnancy. Human twins may be genetically identical (monozygotic), having been formed from a single fertilized egg that splits into two cells, both of which became implanted. Nonidentical (fraternal or dizygotic) twins are formed when two eggs are fertilized at the same time.
Either of two offspring born at the same time.
Kopija poruke koja je elektronskom poštom poslata još nekome osim glavnom primaocu. Skraćenica je CeCe.
carbon copy / ˈkɑːrbən ˈkɑːpi /
Množina reči carbon copy je carbon copies.
cc / siːsiː /
Acronym for courtesy copy. A directive to an e-mail program to send a complete copy of a given piece of mail to another individual. The use of cc mail addressing, as opposed to directly addressing the mail to a person, generally implies that the recipient is not required to take any action; the message is for informational purposes only. In a cc directive, the fact that this recipient received the mail is printed in the mail header and is thus known to all other recipients. Also called: carbon copy. See also e-mail1 (definition 1), header. Compare bcc.