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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.
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typesetter

(ˈtaɪpˌsɛtə)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a person who sets type; compositor
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a typesetting machine
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type•set•ter

(ˈtaɪpˌsɛt ər)

n.
1. a person who sets or composes type; compositor.
2. a typesetting machine.
[1825–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.typesetter - one who sets written material into typetypesetter - one who sets written material into type
pressman, printer - someone whose occupation is printing
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Translations

typesetter

[ˈtaɪpˌsetəʳ] N
1. (= person) → cajista mf, compositor(a) m/f
2. (= machine) → máquina f de componer
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typesetter

[ˈtaɪpsɛtər] ncompositeur m
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typesetter

[ˈtaɪpˌsɛtəʳ] ncompositore m
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References in classic literature ?
He had never received a sign of the existence of one, and from absence of judgment in rejecting all he wrote it seemed plausible that editors were myths, manufactured and maintained by office boys, typesetters, and pressmen.
At the same time, these individuals -- including Rafael Serra, a cigar maker, writer, and politician; Sotero Figueroa, a typesetter, editor, and publisher; and Gertrudis Heredia, one of the first women of African descent to study midwifery at the University of Havana -- built a political network and articulated an ideal of revolutionary nationalism centered on the projects of racial and social justice.
For three more years the Gazette was taken to a typesetter while the photographs were scanned and pasted manually, a labour-intensive process, that made changes time-consuming.
Her career history includes English Teacher at Santa Clara Unified School District and Shasta Union High School District, Editor, Writer, and Photographer at General Electric Nuclear Energy Division and the Emporium San Francisco, and a Typesetter and Advertiser at the Willow Glen Resident Newspaper.
(6) Consequently Babbage's Difference Engine could be looked at as a specialized, computerized typesetter, foreshadowing the ideas of typesetting directly from dynamic data.
I would mark up the copy for style for the typesetters, the courier would take them to the typesetter, the typesetter would typeset the copy, then a set of galleys would be couriered to Mortgage Banking and another set to me so I could begin the designs.
First, editorial comments had been left in brackets in the text, apparently unnoticed by the proofreader and typesetter. Second, in a work in which seaborne events play such an important role, more attention should have been given to correct nautical nomenclature.
In those days, copy was bashed out on typewriters using carbon paper: the blue copy was sent to a typesetter, the white copy held in the office records with the pink copy being retained by the author.
The habit began in the 80s when I was a self-employed typesetter who often had to stay awake all night to complete urgent sub-contracts.
If there were corrections to be made, we had the typesetter reset two or three lines of corrected type that we pasted in over the mistakes.
While the palm-tree motif had cropped up in his paintings before, it proliferated wildly that year, spreading like an exuberant cancer across a range of mediums and objects, both traditional (paintings, sculptures, prints) and not so traditional (wallpaper, stockings, pullovers--the latter courtesy of one of Kuhn's more enthusiastic supporters, a typesetter called Ernst Gloor).
For more than 25 years before his retirement, he worked as a typesetter for the Worcester Telegram and the Clinton Item.