|1.||[ verb ] (writing) put into print|
"The newspaper published the news of the royal couple's divorce" "These news should not be printed"
|Related terms:||produce republish gazette publication publisher publisher publisher printer printer printing printer|
|2.||[ noun ] (fine art) a picture or design printed from an engraving|
|Related terms:||graphic_art copperplate mezzotint gravure linocut lithograph engraving overprint silk-screen giclée contact_print|
|3.||[ noun ] the result of the printing process|
"I want to see it in black and white"
|Related terms:||written_communication fingerprint fine_print|
|4.||[ verb ] write as if with print; not cursive|
|Related terms:||write misprint|
|5.||[ adjective ] (printing) written in print characters or produced by means of e.g. a printing press|
|6.||[ noun ] a copy of a movie on film (especially a particular version of it)|
|7.||[ verb ] make into a print;|
"print the negative"
|Related terms:||reproduce etch stencil engrave lithograph silkscreen photographic_print|
|8.||[ verb ] (printing) reproduce by printing|
|Related terms:||write italicize boldface prove letter typeset cyclostyle overprint offset multigraph printing printer|
|9.||[ noun ] (clothing) a fabric with a dyed pattern pressed onto it (usually by engraved rollers)|
|10.||[ noun ] a visible indication made on a surface|
"some previous reader had covered the pages with dozens of marks" "paw prints were everywhere"
|Related terms:||indication line line hoofprint footprint mintmark stroke trace score|
|11.||[ noun ] (photography) a printed picture produced from a photographic negative|
|Related terms:||photograph proof cutout|