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print

1. a positive photographic image in colour or black and white produced, usually on paper, from a negative image on film
2. 
a. a fabric with a printed design
b. (as modifier): a print dress

Print

 

a fabric whose surface is decorated with a printed design. Prints originally were made by hand using blocks with raised designs. Later the term “print” was applied to all fabrics with designs made by printing machines.

print

[print]
(graphic arts)
A photographic copy made by placing a negative or transparency in contact with a sensitized surface or by projecting the image on a screen or sensitized photographic medium, and then developing the result.

print

1. A plaster cast of a flat ornament.
2.See printing.

PRINT

(language)
PRe-edited INTerpreter.

An early mathematics language for the IBM 705.

[Sammet 1969, p. 134].

print

To send information from the computer to an attached printer or to a printer in the network. See preview mode.
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He had set up and printed off two little jobs for farmers in that printing-office -- horse bills -- and took the money, four dollars.
editor of a very curious volume, entitled ``Ancient Metrical Tales, printed chiefly from original sources, 1829.
Melville's 'John Marr and Other Sailors,' of which twenty-five copies only were printed, on the one hand, and Mr.
The poet blushed again, and said: "I do not think that can be the case, for my verses have never been printed.
The address, "Sir Henry Baskerville, Northumberland Hotel," was printed in rough characters; the post-mark "Charing Cross," and the date of posting the preceding evening.
It was the pulpit and the manuscript taking the alarm at the printed word: something similar to the stupor of a sparrow which should behold the angel Legion unfold his six million wings.
The article made something of a stir, and extracts from it were printed in many of the papers.
Why, they even tipped in the opposite direction from all that he had ever examined either in printed books or the difficult script of the few letters he had found.
Though he did not want to remind the Rostovs of Bolkonski, Pierre could not refrain from making them happy by the news of their son's having received a decoration, so he sent that printed army order and Nicholas' letter to the Rostovs, keeping the appeal, the bulletin, and the other orders to take with him when he went to dinner.
for he is become member of a club of painter fellows, and Mary is so proud of this that she has had it printed on his card), when undoubtedly he had looked preoccupied.
One of the first books he printed was Malory's Morte d'Arthur.
Her method of teaching was to ask the printed questions from the quarterly and look sternly over its edge at the particular little girl she thought ought to answer the question.