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re·pro

 (rē′prō)
n. pl. re·pros Informal
1. A reproduction proof.
2. A copy or duplicate; a reproduction.

repro

(ˈriːprəʊ)
n, pl -pros
1. short for reproduction2: repro furniture.
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) short for reproduction proof

re•pro

(ˈri proʊ)

n., pl. -pros.
2. reproduction proof: a printer's proof from which a usable plate can be made by photographic reproduction.
[1945–50; by shortening]
Translations

repro

[ˈriːprəʊ]
A. N ABBR =reprographics, reprography
B. ABBR =reproduction repro furnituremuebles mpl de imitación

repro

n (inf) abbr of reproductionRepro f or nt
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It was literally a wake-up call for me to slow down," says Jenkins, now a 27-year-old marketing coordinator for National Repro Graphics in New York.
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