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print-out

[ˈprɪntˌaʊt] n (Comput) → tabulato, stampato

print

(print) noun
1. a mark made by pressure. a footprint; a fingerprint.
2. printed lettering. I can't read the print in this book.
3. a photograph made from a negative. I entered three prints for the photographic competition.
4. a printed reproduction of a painting or drawing.
verb
1. to mark (letters etc) on paper (by using a printing press etc). The invitations will be printed on white paper.
2. to publish (a book, article etc) in printed form. His new novel will be printed next month.
3. to produce (a photographic image) on paper. He develops and prints his own photographs.
4. to mark designs on (cloth etc). When the cloth has been woven, it is dyed and printed.
5. to write, using capital letters. Please print your name and address.
ˈprinter noun
1. a machine that prints texts from a computer.
2. a person who prints books, newspapers etc.
ˈprinting noun
the work of a printer.
ˈprinting-press noun
(also press) a machine for printing.
ˈprint-out noun
the printed information given by a computer.
in / out of print
(of books) available/unavailable to be bought from the publisher. That book has been out of print for years.
References in periodicals archive ?
We are aware that some locations will place the patient's label on the print-out which they give to the physician.
One page, which contains details of a named woman's previous convictions, reads: "This print-out is produced for the use of the court, defence and probation service only and must not be disclosed to any other party.
The test procedure should be largely automatic, including the print-out of the curves as in figure 2.
This unit monitors and records the delivery of fuel oil and provides building managers with a PC display and print-out of the time and date of every delivery, the number of gallons delivered, and an ongoing record of oil remaining in the tank, in inches and gallons.
Prior above actions, print and ring-bind one test print-out of the Toolkit and share it with
The print-out for Tuesday reveals that the two engines normally available at both Solihull and Smethwick fire stations were off run.
Soon after installing the machine, a routine print-out of the boiler's fuel meter, running time of the burner, stack temperature reading and vacuum/pressure readings signaled to Mr.
The software developed by Integrated Business Systems (IBS, Fairfield, NJ) ensures easy access to strong information and crucial property data, facilitates tailored reports from expense controller print-outs and building operations plans to investment reports, and delivers real-time property management, escalations, financials and non-financial data.
Use the print-outs for collages and cards for dads who appreciate the personal touch.
You weren't at all particular about the state of my desk at home, or even my room for that matter- I remember it used to be this unkempt pile of books and notebooks and brown envelopes filled with yellow paper and print-outs.
It has confirmed that a file of print-outs for health visitors in the Holme Valley disappeared in November last year and has not been found.
It has a print speed of up to 34ppm (15ipm), similar to laser print-outs (the pigment-based ink of the Epson M-Series produces water-resistant and fade-resistant prints), and is energy efficient (lower energy consumption than conventional laser printers).