Photo copying machine is the Meaning of xerox machine. It comes from the company xerox corp.
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They rented a new Xerox machine from Xerox Corporation.
A Xerox machine is a machine marketed by the Xerox corporation. Xerox corporation offers many output devices (printers) and also input devices (scanners).
The correct way to use Xerox in a sentence is to use it to refer to a machine made by the Xerox corporation, or to the Corporation itself, for example:They rented a new Xerox machine from Xerox Corporation.
The Sharpe AR 5516 is NOT a Xerox machine because it is not made or sold by the Xerox Corporation.
A Xerox copier is a machine marketed by the Xerox Corporation that is able to make copies of an original document.
A "Xerox copy" is a photocopy that has been created using a copy machine that was marketed by the Xerox Corporation.
The word "xerox" is a proper noun and a trademark. Xerox is short for the company name, Xerox Corporation, and can also used to refer to a machine made by Xerox Corporation or the product of such a machine. It is incorrect to use Xerox as a verb or as a generic term. The proper generic terms are "copy" and "photocopy."
A digital Xerox Machine is a machine branded by the Xerox Corporation that uses digital technology to convert a signal to an image to be printed. This may be a copier/scanner or it may be a printer attached to a computer or to a network.
The phrase "you are about to delivered of a baby xerox machine" is someone's cute way of announcing that a photocopy machine will be delivered soon.