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phototype

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌtaɪp) printing
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding)
a. a printing plate produced by photography
b. a print produced from such a plate
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to reproduce (an illustration) using a phototype
phototypic adj
ˌphotoˈtypically adv

pho•to•type

(ˈfoʊ təˌtaɪp)

n.
1. a printing plate with a relief printing surface produced by photography.
2. any process for making such a plate.
3. a print made from it.
[1855–60]
pho`to•typ′ic (-ˈtɪp ɪk) adj.

phototype


Past participle: phototyped
Gerund: phototyping

Imperative
phototype
phototype
Present
I phototype
you phototype
he/she/it phototypes
we phototype
you phototype
they phototype
Preterite
I phototyped
you phototyped
he/she/it phototyped
we phototyped
you phototyped
they phototyped
Present Continuous
I am phototyping
you are phototyping
he/she/it is phototyping
we are phototyping
you are phototyping
they are phototyping
Present Perfect
I have phototyped
you have phototyped
he/she/it has phototyped
we have phototyped
you have phototyped
they have phototyped
Past Continuous
I was phototyping
you were phototyping
he/she/it was phototyping
we were phototyping
you were phototyping
they were phototyping
Past Perfect
I had phototyped
you had phototyped
he/she/it had phototyped
we had phototyped
you had phototyped
they had phototyped
Future
I will phototype
you will phototype
he/she/it will phototype
we will phototype
you will phototype
they will phototype
Future Perfect
I will have phototyped
you will have phototyped
he/she/it will have phototyped
we will have phototyped
you will have phototyped
they will have phototyped
Future Continuous
I will be phototyping
you will be phototyping
he/she/it will be phototyping
we will be phototyping
you will be phototyping
they will be phototyping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been phototyping
you have been phototyping
he/she/it has been phototyping
we have been phototyping
you have been phototyping
they have been phototyping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been phototyping
you will have been phototyping
he/she/it will have been phototyping
we will have been phototyping
you will have been phototyping
they will have been phototyping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been phototyping
you had been phototyping
he/she/it had been phototyping
we had been phototyping
you had been phototyping
they had been phototyping
Conditional
I would phototype
you would phototype
he/she/it would phototype
we would phototype
you would phototype
they would phototype
Past Conditional
I would have phototyped
you would have phototyped
he/she/it would have phototyped
we would have phototyped
you would have phototyped
they would have phototyped
Translations

phototype

[ˈfəʊtəʊˌtaɪp] Nfototipo m
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