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- (transitive & intransitive) If you print a picture, book, newspaper, etc., you make a copy of it on paper with a machine using ink or toner.
- The book was printed in December.
- A brief history of the church is printed in `Here and There' on page 20.
- Can you print off a copy for me so I can read it on the train?
- (transitive & intransitive) If you print words or letters, you write them by hand in a block style, not a cursive style.
- Please print your name here and then sign underneath.
- (uncountable) Print is letters, numerals, punctuation and other similar written symbols.
- The print size in the newspaper is too small for me to read.
- Most people still get their news both in broadcast and print forms.
- (countable) A print is a copy that you make with a machine using ink or toner.
- There were only fifty prints made of this painting.
- With the digital camera, we don't have prints of many photos; we just keep them all on the computer.