cop
Noun
1. (policeman) 
a. el poli (M)la poli (F) 
to play cops and robbersjugar a policías y ladrones
it's not much copno es nada del otro mundo
transitive verb
2. (general) 
to cop itcargársela
cop [kɒp]
noun
1 (policeman) poli (m) (informal); (Esp) cana (m) (informal); (S. Cone)
the cops la pasma (very_informal); (Esp) la cana (very_informal); (S. Cone) cops and robbers (game) policías y ladrones
2 (Britain)
it's not much cop no es gran cosa; it's a fair cop! ¡está bien!
transitive verb
1 (Britain) (catch) [+person] pescar; pillar; [+beating, fine] ganarse
he copped six months se cargó seis meses; you'll cop it! ¡te la vas a ganar!; I copped it from the headmaster el director me puso como un trapo; cop this! ¡hay que ver esto!; cop hold of this coge or toma esto; (Esp)
2 (US) (Jur)
to cop a plea declararse culpable de un delito menor para obtener una sentencia más leve
...how D.A. Marion Farmer had got himself into the hot seat by letting them New York murderers cop a plea Is he trying to cop an insanity plea?
3 (US) [+drugs] comprar
modifier
cop shop (n) (Britain) comisaría (f)
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