copter

[kop-ter]
noun Informal.
Also, 'copter.


Origin:
1945–50; by shortening

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copter or 'copter (ˈkɒptə)
 
n
informal short for helicopter
 
'copter or 'copter
 
n

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Example sentences
We'll dock the yacht there, and copter it to whichever coast, as necessary.
But critics, who want the heliport moved, say the concessions will not eliminate copter noise and fumes.
US military investigating apparent civilian copter crash.
The service name followed by the word copter, when appropriate, and a maximum of the last five digits of the serial number.
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