print


print
[[t]prɪ̱nt[/t]]
♦♦
prints, printing, printed
1) VERB If someone prints something such as a book or newspaper, they produce it in large quantities using a machine.

[V n] He started to print his own posters to distribute abroad...

[V n] The Slovene bank has printed a specimen bank note...

[be V-ed prep/adv] Our brochure is printed on environmentally-friendly paper...

[V-ed] We found that television and radio gave rise to far fewer complaints than did the printed media.

Derived words:
printing N-UNCOUNT oft N n

His brother ran a printing and publishing company.

...stocks of paper and printing ink.

In American English, print up means the same as print.

V P n (not pron) Community workers here are printing up pamphlets for peace demonstrations... have/get n V-ed P Hey, I know what, I'll get a bumper sticker printed up.

2) VERB If a newspaper or magazine prints a piece of writing, it includes it or publishes it.

[V n] We can only print letters which are accompanied by the writer's name and address.

[V-ed] ...a questionnaire printed in the magazine recently. [Also be V-ed in n]

Syn:
published
3) VERB If numbers, letters, or designs are printed on a surface, they are put on it in ink or dye using a machine. You can also say that a surface is printed with numbers, letters, or designs.

[V-ed] ...the number printed on the receipt...

[V n on n] The company has for some time printed its phone number on its products...

[be V-ed with n] The shirts were printed with a paisley pattern...

[be V-ed prep/adv] `Ecu' was printed in lower case rather than capital letters. [Also V n, V prep/adv]

4) N-COUNT A print is a piece of clothing or material with a pattern printed on it. You can also refer to the pattern itself as a print.

Her mother wore one of her dark summer prints...

In this living room we've mixed glorious floral prints.

...multi-coloured print jackets.

5) VERB When you print a photograph, you produce it from a negative.

[V n onto/from n] Printing a black-and-white negative on to colour paper produces a similar monochrome effect...

[V n onto/from n] I selected two negatives to print from. [Also V n]

6) N-COUNT A print is a photograph from a film that has been developed.

...black and white prints of Margaret and Jean as children.

...35mm colour print films.

Syn:
7) N-COUNT A print of a cinema film is a particular copy or set of copies of it.

First released in 1957, the movie now appears in a new print.

8) N-COUNT A print is one of a number of copies of a particular picture. It can be either a photograph, something such as a painting, or a picture made by an artist who puts ink on a prepared surface and presses it against paper.

...12 original copper plates engraved by William Hogarth for his famous series of prints.

9) N-UNCOUNT Print is used to refer to letters and numbers as they appear on the pages of a book, newspaper, or printed document.

...columns of tiny print...

Laser printers are popular because of their high quality print and silent working.

10) ADJ: ADJ n The print media consists of newspapers and magazines, but not television or radio.

I have been convinced that the print media are more accurate and more reliable than television.

...print journalists.

Ant:
11) VERB If you print words, you write in letters that are not joined together and that look like the letters in a book or newspaper.

[V n] Print your name and address on a postcard and send it to us.

Syn:
12) N-COUNT You can refer to a mark left by someone's foot as a print.

He crawled from print to print, sniffing at the earth, following the scent left in the tracks.

...boot prints.

Syn:
13) N-COUNT: usu pl You can refer to invisible marks left by someone's fingers as their prints.

Fresh prints of both girls were found in the flat.

Syn:
14) See also printing
15) PHRASE: PHR after v, v-link PHR If you appear in print, or get into print, what you say or write is published in a book, newspaper, or magazine.

Many of these poets appeared in print only long after their deaths...

There was no immediate prospect of the diaries getting into print.

16) PHRASE: usu v-link PHR If a book is in print, copies of it are still being produced.

Many of their books have been in print for nearly 40 years.

Ant:
out of print
17) PHRASE: v-link PHR If a book is out of print, copies of it are no longer being produced.

I believe the book is now out of print, but it can easily be borrowed from libraries.

Ant:
in print
18) PHRASE The small print or the fine print of something such as an advertisement or a contract consists of the technical details and legal conditions, which are often printed in much smaller letters than the rest of the text.

I'm looking at the small print; I don't want to sign anything that I shouldn't sign...

The US embassy says the fine print needs to be worked out on the trade agreement between the United States and the European Community.

19) a licence to print moneysee licence
to print moneysee money
Phrasal Verbs:

English dictionary. 2008.

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