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type·script

 (tīp′skrĭpt′)
n.
1. A typewritten copy, as of a manuscript.
2. Typewritten matter.

typescript

(ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a typed copy of a document, literary script, etc
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) any typewritten material

type•script

(ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt)

n.
1. a typewritten copy of a literary composition.
2. typewritten matter.
[1890–95, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.typescript - typewritten matter especially a typewritten copy of a manuscripttypescript - typewritten matter especially a typewritten copy of a manuscript
matter - written works (especially in books or magazines); "he always took some reading matter with him on the plane"
Translations

typescript

[ˈtaɪpskrɪpt]
A. ADJmecanografiado

typescript

[ˈtaɪpskrɪpt] ntexte m dactylographié

typescript

[ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt] ndattiloscritto
References in classic literature ?
I read in the typescript that in my trance I heard cows low and water swirling level with my ears and the creaking of wood.
Huxley crossed out the first reference in typescript and omitted the second (Bernard's reference to "poor little Helmholtz Watson") between typescript and proof.
In the case of Brenda Beck, for example, her contribution in this volume was only the prelude to much more extensive work to follow: her typescript translation of the Annanmar Katai (1975?
Typescript copy of letter regarding proposals for the transfer of responsibility for Sarawak's administration from the Rajah to the Secretary of State as the result of G.
The Faulkner volumes in the Pleiade follow the format of other volumes in the series: the texts themselves; a substantial introduction (a "Note sur le texte") that traces each novel's composition from its earliest forms--manuscripts, typescripts, fragments, and short stories; an excellent if necessarily highly selective bibliography of books and articles in a variety of languages; and a section called "Notes et Variants," which annotates terms historical and regional for French readers, but which is useful for anybody anywhere.
16] whereas the typescript reads that she sighs: 'deeply and snoringly with happiness and peace.
Using the ribbon typescript for base-text, Kalnins restores what Seltzer cut.
But the artist wanted the different ending of the Texas typescript which has Corney accepting how things are with calm irony: 'All that trouble and nothing to show for it, / Nothing but just another donkey'.
Versions went to and fro, and included a long and apparently dictated typescript by Scharoun discussing in detail various types of theatre.
And the third does not appear acceptable because the author of Hamlet is not the person who found the monkey's typescript, but Shakespeare.
This book contains three typewritten drafts, recently found by Styron's former literary agent: the first typescript, written in the Winter of 1947-48; the second typescript, a new beginning composed in the Fall of 1948; and a third typescript, a "Continuation of the Second Beginning," composed in the Spring of 1949.
He left as his autobiography over a thousand pages of typescript, which Eleanor Jackson has skillfully reduced and edited.