Copy in – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To copy in somebody (or copy somebody in), is to send someone a copy of an email you are sending to someone else.

Examples of use:

a) Can you copy me in on your staff emails, please?

b) Would you like me to copy you in on all the official correspondence?

c) I’ll send a copy of the meeting notes to Mr Schweizer, and copy you in.

d) Have you been copied in on the office memos?

infinitive
copy in
present simple
copy in and copies in
-ing form
copying in
past simple
copied in
past participle
copied in

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