- print runsN-COUNT: usu with supp, supp N, N of nIn publishing, a print run of something such as a book or a newspaper is the number of copies of it that are printed and published at one time.
It was launched last year in paperback with an initial print run of 7,000 copies.
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print run — ˈprint run noun [countable] COMMERCE the number of copies of a book, newspaper etc that are printed at any one time: • Publishers aren t publishing fewer titles, but they are doing smaller initial print runs (= first ones ) . * * * print run UK… … Financial and business terms
print run — /ˈprɪnt rʌn/ (say print run) noun 1. one uninterrupted printing of a book, magazine, etc. 2. the total number of copies printed for one issue: *The ratings are radio and TV s circulation figures because unlike newspapers, we can t give… … Australian English dictionary
print run — / prɪnt rʌn/ noun the number of copies of a publication or piece of advertising material which are printed ● The company has ordered a print run of 100,000 for their new catalogue … Marketing dictionary in english
print run — n the number of books or magazines that are printed at the same time … Dictionary of contemporary English
print run — print ,run noun count TECHNICAL the number of copies of a book or magazine that are printed and published at one time … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
print run — noun the period that presses run to produce an issue of a newspaper • Syn: ↑press run • Hypernyms: ↑run • Hyponyms: ↑split run * * * print run noun The number of copies of a book, newspaper, etc, printed at a time … Useful english dictionary
print run — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms print run : singular print run plural print runs the number of copies of a book or magazine that are printed and published at one time … English dictionary
print run — noun the number of copies of a book, magazine, etc. printed at one time … English new terms dictionary
Print on demand — (POD), sometimes called, in error, publish on demand, is a printing technology and business process in which new copies of a book (or other document) are not printed until an order has been received. Print on Demand developed only after digital… … Wikipedia
Print — may refer to:*Printing, mostly using a printing press ** Printing press, printing with moveable metal type, see also Letterpress printing **Publishing, the distribution of printed works or other information **Print run, one batch of printing,… … Wikipedia