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type·script

 (tīp′skrĭpt′)
n.
1. A typewritten copy, as of a manuscript.
2. Typewritten matter.

typescript

(ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a typed copy of a document, literary script, etc
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) any typewritten material

type•script

(ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt)

n.
1. a typewritten copy of a literary composition.
2. typewritten matter.
[1890–95, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.typescript - typewritten matter especially a typewritten copy of a manuscripttypescript - typewritten matter especially a typewritten copy of a manuscript
matter - written works (especially in books or magazines); "he always took some reading matter with him on the plane"
Translations

typescript

[ˈtaɪpskrɪpt]
A. ADJmecanografiado

typescript

[ˈtaɪpskrɪpt] ntexte m dactylographié

typescript

[ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt] ndattiloscritto
References in classic literature ?
I read in the typescript that in my trance I heard cows low and water swirling level with my ears and the creaking of wood.
Their structure follows the distinction of Hans Zeller between record and interpretation: a description of the available documents--manuscripts, notes, typescripts, pre-book publications, and editions--and the analysis of the genesis.
Establishment of Forensic Science LAB will help in retrieving of documents from electronic devices like Cell Phones, Computers, iPads and networks and its preservation to determine authorship of questioned hand writing, identity questioned typescripts and printed documents to detect forgeries in questioned documents to determine interpolation, additions or overwriting and substitution of papers, and to work on Questioned Fingerprints for comparison and/or identification purposes.
These changes show Hemingway's painstaking work as a craftsman whose manuscripts and typescripts reflect a constant process of revision to convey Nick's voice, vision, and touch as the focus of the story.
The study of Morrison's manuscripts illustrates her approach to the craft of writing and help trace the evolution of particular works, from early ideas and preliminary research, to handwritten drafts on legal-size yellow notepads, and finally corrected typescripts and proofs.
Puzzlin Blues," "Song," "Black Poetry," "Bantu Love Song," "Modern Court Music for Bigger," "(nor ask for anymore" / Typescripts undated, written between 1970 and 1975 as part of the drafts for Etai-Eken (University of Pittsburgh Press, 1975).
The second case study concerns a media history of scholarly communication focusing on a short-lived and idiosyncratic plan for the reproduction of typescripts without letterpress printing in the 1930s.
It so happened that I had in my possession the original annotated typescripts of two articles by Seamus Heaney and thought that they had better be deposited in the proper place for safekeeping.
Sotheby's -- which held the sale -- had described the often very simple ink sketches and manuscripts as "the most extensive collection of John Lennon's original artwork, autograph manuscripts and corrected typescripts ever to come to auction.
But Hogsbjerg's discovery seems to have coincided, in the sort of felicitous way that broaches on the supernatural, with Mary Lou Emery's discovery of a nearly identical typescript in Richard Wright's papers at Yale's Beinecke Library and her reliance on typescripts at the C.
Letters, photographs, notebooks, manuscripts and typescripts, and inscribed copies of Cather's novels create a rich, multi-layered archive of these novels as collaborative texts.
This exhibition shows, for the first time, Seven Stories unique Enid Blyton Collection of original typescripts and illustrations.