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off·print

 (ôf′prĭnt′, ŏf′-)
n.
A reproduction of or an excerpt from an article that was originally contained in a larger publication.
tr.v. off·print·ed, off·print·ing, off·prints
To reproduce or reprint (an article or excerpt).

offprint

(ˈɒfˌprɪnt)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) Also called (US): separate a separate reprint of an article that originally appeared in a larger publication
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to reprint (an article taken from a larger publication) separately

off•print

(ˈɔfˌprɪnt, ˈɒf-)

n.
a reprint of an article that orig. appeared as part of a larger publication.
[1880–85; translation of German Abdruck]

offprint


Past participle: offprinted
Gerund: offprinting

Imperative
offprint
offprint
Present
I offprint
you offprint
he/she/it offprints
we offprint
you offprint
they offprint
Preterite
I offprinted
you offprinted
he/she/it offprinted
we offprinted
you offprinted
they offprinted
Present Continuous
I am offprinting
you are offprinting
he/she/it is offprinting
we are offprinting
you are offprinting
they are offprinting
Present Perfect
I have offprinted
you have offprinted
he/she/it has offprinted
we have offprinted
you have offprinted
they have offprinted
Past Continuous
I was offprinting
you were offprinting
he/she/it was offprinting
we were offprinting
you were offprinting
they were offprinting
Past Perfect
I had offprinted
you had offprinted
he/she/it had offprinted
we had offprinted
you had offprinted
they had offprinted
Future
I will offprint
you will offprint
he/she/it will offprint
we will offprint
you will offprint
they will offprint
Future Perfect
I will have offprinted
you will have offprinted
he/she/it will have offprinted
we will have offprinted
you will have offprinted
they will have offprinted
Future Continuous
I will be offprinting
you will be offprinting
he/she/it will be offprinting
we will be offprinting
you will be offprinting
they will be offprinting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been offprinting
you have been offprinting
he/she/it has been offprinting
we have been offprinting
you have been offprinting
they have been offprinting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been offprinting
you will have been offprinting
he/she/it will have been offprinting
we will have been offprinting
you will have been offprinting
they will have been offprinting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been offprinting
you had been offprinting
he/she/it had been offprinting
we had been offprinting
you had been offprinting
they had been offprinting
Conditional
I would offprint
you would offprint
he/she/it would offprint
we would offprint
you would offprint
they would offprint
Past Conditional
I would have offprinted
you would have offprinted
he/she/it would have offprinted
we would have offprinted
you would have offprinted
they would have offprinted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.offprint - a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
article - nonfictional prose forming an independent part of a publication
Translations

offprint

[ˈɒfprɪnt] Nseparata f, tirada f aparte
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