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laser printer

n.
A printer that uses a laser to produce an image on a rotating drum before electrostatically transferring the image to paper.

laser printer

n
(Computer Science) a quiet high-quality computer printer that uses a laser beam shining on a photoconductive drum to produce characters, which are then transferred to paper

la′ser print`er


n.
a high-speed, high-resolution computer printer that uses a laser to form dot-matrix patterns and an electrostatic process to print a page at a time.
[1975–80]
la′ser print`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.laser printer - electrostatic printer that focuses a laser beam to form images that are transferred to paper electrostaticallylaser printer - electrostatic printer that focuses a laser beam to form images that are transferred to paper electrostatically
electrostatic printer - a printer that uses an electric charge to deposit toner on paper
Translations
طابِعَة ليزر
laserová tiskárna
laserprinter
lézernyomtató
laserová tlačiareň
lazer yazıcı

laser printer

nstampante f laser inv

laser

(ˈleizə) noun
(an instrument that produces) a narrow and very intense beam of light. The men were cutting the sheets of metal with a laser; (also adjective) a laser beam.
ˈlaser printer noun
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