Definitions of "copyright"
  1. The exclusive legal right given to an individual to print, publish, perform, film, or record their original work, such as a book, song, play, artwork, or building design, and to authorize others to do the same
  2. The act of legally registering and protecting an original work to prevent unauthorized use or reproduction
How to use "copyright" in a sentence
  1. The publisher filed for copyright to legally protect their new book from unauthorized distribution.
  2. She secured a copyright for her unique architectural design.
  3. The musician had to obtain copyright before releasing his album to guard against unauthorized copies or performance of his songs.

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