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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

Synonyms for cop

uncomplimentary terms for a policeman

take by theft

take into custody

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Like its BBC rival, it chiefly focuses on the lives and loves of the PAs, giving the programme makers license to fill our screens with a host of nubile, sex-mad young things who derive job satisfaction mainly from copping off with each other.
And what a shame that, instead of providing a solution to England's left-sided problems, Sharpe will be best remembered for copping off with a slapper on some pathetic reality show.
In those far off days of the Eighties, the relative merits of Wham and Culture Club mattered less than who was copping off with who on Pork Chop Hill.
Of course, if all he sang about was copping off in Ibiza, it would be really boring.
It's called reason, the with their best The women look brilliant, but let's be clear here - this ain't no cattle market (any copping off will a small but pleasing bonus), it's called Ladies' Day for a reason, the vast majority are here with their best mates, their 'gyal crew'.
Having a massive night out and copping off with someone is (apparently) another popular activity - especially among Chester teens.
The women look brilliant, but let's be clear here - this ain't no cattle market (any copping off will be a small but pleasing bonus), it's called Ladies' Day for a reason, the vast majority are here with their best mates, their 'gyal crew'.
But the two police officers are too busy copping off with each other to care.