four-colour

four-colour

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (modifier) (of a print or photographic process) using the principle in which four colours (magenta, cyan, yellow, and black) are used in combination to produce almost any other colour
Translations

four-colour

four-color (US) [ˈfɔːˌkʌləʳ]
A. ADJa cuatro colores
B. CPD four-colour (printing) process Ncuatricromía f
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the framework agreement is divided into four lots: lot 1 jobbing print, stationery and digital lot 2 four-colour print lot 3 large format lot 4 high volume four-colour print
It also introduced a new four-colour "G" logo to replace the old lower case blue initial, and a row of four dots in the same colours.
The unusual format (27.6 x 38.2cm) gives appropriate scale to a series of mainly full-page photographs on the 104 pages, printed as four-colour black-and-white.
Category 1 - Small requirements, eg single or two-colour leaflets, four-colour short runs etc;
Category 3 - High-volume work, eg four-colour long runs, four-colour magazine (ie Alumni Magazine) and four-colour prospectus.
Letter = 8.5"x14", 4-pages, double-sided, four-colour, perfed coupon at bottom
We had one Heidelberg four-colour press and one SM CD102 six-colour with coater press.