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type·set

 (tīp′sĕt′)
tr.v. type·set, type·set·ting, type·sets Printing
To set (written material) into type; compose.

type′set′ter n.

typeset

(ˈtaɪpˌsɛt)
vb, -sets, -setting or -set
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) printing to set (textual matter) in type

type•set

(ˈtaɪpˌsɛt)

v. -set, -set•ting,
adj. v.t.
1. to set (textual matter) in type.
adj.
2. (of written, textual matter) set in type.
[1865–70]

typeset


Past participle: typeset
Gerund: typesetting

Imperative
typeset
typeset
Present
I typeset
you typeset
he/she/it typesets
we typeset
you typeset
they typeset
Preterite
I typeset
you typeset
he/she/it typeset
we typeset
you typeset
they typeset
Present Continuous
I am typesetting
you are typesetting
he/she/it is typesetting
we are typesetting
you are typesetting
they are typesetting
Present Perfect
I have typeset
you have typeset
he/she/it has typeset
we have typeset
you have typeset
they have typeset
Past Continuous
I was typesetting
you were typesetting
he/she/it was typesetting
we were typesetting
you were typesetting
they were typesetting
Past Perfect
I had typeset
you had typeset
he/she/it had typeset
we had typeset
you had typeset
they had typeset
Future
I will typeset
you will typeset
he/she/it will typeset
we will typeset
you will typeset
they will typeset
Future Perfect
I will have typeset
you will have typeset
he/she/it will have typeset
we will have typeset
you will have typeset
they will have typeset
Future Continuous
I will be typesetting
you will be typesetting
he/she/it will be typesetting
we will be typesetting
you will be typesetting
they will be typesetting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been typesetting
you have been typesetting
he/she/it has been typesetting
we have been typesetting
you have been typesetting
they have been typesetting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been typesetting
you will have been typesetting
he/she/it will have been typesetting
we will have been typesetting
you will have been typesetting
they will have been typesetting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been typesetting
you had been typesetting
he/she/it had been typesetting
we had been typesetting
you had been typesetting
they had been typesetting
Conditional
I would typeset
you would typeset
he/she/it would typeset
we would typeset
you would typeset
they would typeset
Past Conditional
I would have typeset
you would have typeset
he/she/it would have typeset
we would have typeset
you would have typeset
they would have typeset
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.typeset - set in typetypeset - set in type; "My book will be typeset nicely"; "set these words in italics"
print, impress - reproduce by printing
Translations

typeset

[ˈtaɪpset] VTcomponer

typeset

[ˈtaɪpsɛt] vtcomposer (en imprimerie)

typeset

[ˈtaɪpˌsɛt] vtcomporre
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