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The process of reproducing, reprinting, or copying graphic material especially by mechanical, photographic, or electronic means.
re′pro·graph′ic (rē′prə-grăf′ĭk, rĕp′rə-) adj.
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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the art or process of copying, reprinting, or reproducing printed material
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re•prog•ra•phy(rɪˈprɒg rə fi)
the reproduction of documents, drawings, etc., by any process using light or photography, as offset printing or xerography.
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a collective term for all kinds of processes used for the facsimile reproduction of documents or books.See also: Photography
a collective term, introduced by UNESCO, for all processes of producing facsimiles of documents.See also: Copying
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reprography[rɪˈprɒgrəfɪ] N → reprografía f
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