pressrun


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press run

or press·run (prĕs′rŭn′)
n.
1. Continuous operation of a printing press for a specific job.
2. The number of copies printed in one such continuous operation.

pressrun

(ˈprɛsˌrʌn)
n
a number of copies of a book printed at the same time

press•run

(ˈprɛsˌrʌn)

n.
1. the running of a printing press for a specific job.
2. the quantity that is run. Also called run.
[1955–60]
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