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Synonyms for cop

to take (another's property) without permission

to obtain possession or control of

cop out: to abandon a former position or commitment


Synonyms for cop

uncomplimentary terms for a policeman

take by theft

take into custody

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EMMERDALE maneater Nicola Wheeler snogged married co-star Mark Charnock at a boozy do - then copped off with another bloke when Mark went to the loo.
Nifor New series WATERLOO ROAD Wed BBC1 8pm When this hit series broke up at the end of last term, Sian and Jez's marriage was in tatters after she copped off with her ex, headmaster Michael.
I tried to wind our Aled up by telling him they'd copped off while at the urinal, but then a guy flushed the toilet and told us he'd heard everything.
She blatantly copped off with him for votes (the poor chump thinks she loves him).
not least because the man complaining about the way she's behaving is the same man who copped off with a lap-dancer on his stag night and who has now dumped his wife, leaving her with two kids and a broken heart.
Although if they copped off (you never know, they might be lucky in the Grafton), they may be expected to lose those bras.