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pho·to·en·grave

 (fō′tō-ĕn-grāv′)
tr.v. pho·to·en·graved, pho·to·en·grav·ing, pho·to·en·graves
To reproduce by photoengraving; make a photoengraving of.

pho′to·en·grav′er n.
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photoengrave

(ˌfəʊtəʊɪnˈɡreɪv)
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to reproduce (an illustration) by photoengraving
ˌphotoenˈgraver n
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pho•to•en•grave

(ˌfoʊ toʊ ɛnˈgreɪv)

v.t. -graved, -grav•ing.
to make a photoengraving of.
[1870–75]
pho`to•en•grav′er, n.
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photoengrave


Past participle: photoengraved
Gerund: photoengraving

Imperative
photoengrave
photoengrave
Present
I photoengrave
you photoengrave
he/she/it photoengraves
we photoengrave
you photoengrave
they photoengrave
Preterite
I photoengraved
you photoengraved
he/she/it photoengraved
we photoengraved
you photoengraved
they photoengraved
Present Continuous
I am photoengraving
you are photoengraving
he/she/it is photoengraving
we are photoengraving
you are photoengraving
they are photoengraving
Present Perfect
I have photoengraved
you have photoengraved
he/she/it has photoengraved
we have photoengraved
you have photoengraved
they have photoengraved
Past Continuous
I was photoengraving
you were photoengraving
he/she/it was photoengraving
we were photoengraving
you were photoengraving
they were photoengraving
Past Perfect
I had photoengraved
you had photoengraved
he/she/it had photoengraved
we had photoengraved
you had photoengraved
they had photoengraved
Future
I will photoengrave
you will photoengrave
he/she/it will photoengrave
we will photoengrave
you will photoengrave
they will photoengrave
Future Perfect
I will have photoengraved
you will have photoengraved
he/she/it will have photoengraved
we will have photoengraved
you will have photoengraved
they will have photoengraved
Future Continuous
I will be photoengraving
you will be photoengraving
he/she/it will be photoengraving
we will be photoengraving
you will be photoengraving
they will be photoengraving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been photoengraving
you have been photoengraving
he/she/it has been photoengraving
we have been photoengraving
you have been photoengraving
they have been photoengraving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been photoengraving
you will have been photoengraving
he/she/it will have been photoengraving
we will have been photoengraving
you will have been photoengraving
they will have been photoengraving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been photoengraving
you had been photoengraving
he/she/it had been photoengraving
we had been photoengraving
you had been photoengraving
they had been photoengraving
Conditional
I would photoengrave
you would photoengrave
he/she/it would photoengrave
we would photoengrave
you would photoengrave
they would photoengrave
Past Conditional
I would have photoengraved
you would have photoengraved
he/she/it would have photoengraved
we would have photoengraved
you would have photoengraved
they would have photoengraved
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Translations

photoengrave

[ˌfəʊtəʊɪnˈgreɪv] VTfotograbar
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16.56 7.0 39.2 2,030 215 Hand molders and shapers except jewelers 16.52 5.6 40.0 2,080 216 Surveying and mapping technicians 16.44 7.2 39.8 2,071 217 Mining machine operators 16.30 13.3 40.0 2,080 218 Production coordinators 16.28 2.8 40.0 2,076 219 Automobile mechanics 16.26 3.9 40.3 2,096 220 Concrete and terrazzo finishers 16.25 12.3 37.9 1,896 221 Biological technicians 16.22 5.1 39.7 2,064 222 Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians 16.11 3.7 38.4 1,996 223 Photoengravers and lithographers 16.05 9.3 39.2 2,037 224 Miscellaneous precision workers, n.e.c.
(2) There were six striking unions: two Teamsters Locals (Drivers Local 372, Mailers Local 2040), Newspaper Guild Local Local 22, Typographical Local 18, and also the GCIU, Graphic Communications International Union, (Graphic Communications pressmen's and photoengravers locals), which has since merged with the Communications Workers of America.
For the workers with lifetime job guarantees - printers, stereotypers and photoengravers - the offer was $50,000.
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James Grottola, president of the typographers' union, representing 200 members with lifetime job guarantees who had worked through the strike, said Maxwell agreed to honor the job guarantees of typographers, stereotypers and photoengravers but offered them larger voluntary buyouts of $50,000.