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Noun
The text appearing in a publication with reference to its size, form, or style
“The childish style and chicken scratch print was already beginning to bother him.”
Noun
Printed matter collectively
“We hope to be able to get something ready for you and have it in print by Friday.”
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A particular or specific edition of a publication
“Steps should be taken to have the requirement inserted in the next print of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations.”
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A photograph printed on paper from a negative or transparency
“The primary objective is to produce a print of the landscape with a white, or nearly white, sky.”
Noun
A picture printed from an engraved plate or woodblock
“There was a print of a hunting scene on one wall.”
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An indentation or mark made on a surface or soft substance
“The idea of taking the paw print of migrating dogs was a stroke of genius from a senior member of the immigration and naturalization service.”
Noun
A copy of a picture or document
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“This artist was a native of Burgundy who published a print from a model of the fountain ornamented with statues of Queen Anne.”
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A piece of fabric or clothing with a colored pattern or design printed on it
“There was a scattering of armchairs and sofas, mostly upholstered in a floral print.”
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A trace or remnant of something that is disappearing or no longer exists
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A picture illustrating a book, newspaper, etc
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Printed matter
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Something which is, or has been, written
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A writing or composition, typically consisting of the same words as the original
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A diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea showing physical features, cities, roads, etc
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Something, usually a book, that explains the basics of a subject or that provides directions
Verb
To put in writing
“Please print your details on the form below, highlighting the options you wish to pursue.”
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To formally publish or put into circulation
“The Atlanta Journal Constitution was the only newspaper to print a front-page story about this development.”
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To produce literature, typically in large quantities
“The reason they need to print thousands of books is because they rely on hard copy distributors, who have relationships with book shops.”
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To physically mark or imprint on a surface
“Design your label, and then print it on the fabric.”
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Produce a copy of
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(of a newspaper, television or radio station) To publish or broadcast
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To capture as a picture, image or photograph
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