Meaning of PRINT in English

PRINT

I. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

appeared in print (= has been published )

Some of the material used has appeared in print before .

file/print server

All data is stored on a central file server.

fine print

IRIS print

print run

printed circuit

printed matter

printing ink

printing press

print/publish a story

The News of the World decided not to print the story.

read/check the small print

Always read the small print before you sign anything.

screen printing

small print

Always read the small print before you sign anything.

voice print

wood/metal/print etc shop

One auto shop class is run just for girls.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

on

The firm will arrange for a customer to have their particular message printed on specially prepared cards.

Co., which makes the stock that dollar bills are printed on .

Some key caps have the letters printed on rather than moulded into the plastic.

All the carefully prepared summaries and analyses were not worth the paper they were printed on .

out

The results of an enquiry can be printed out and retained for reference if required.

I get fax messages printed out through my phone line in the hospital.

The user can then view items of interest and print out the most important ones.

These, along with dates and locations, will be printed out on the screen to help identify them.

This is particularly useful for adding explanatory graphs to otherwise incomprehensible sets of figures before printing out .

You print out those recipes you want from the disk.

Activists were encouraged to download and print out the flag and to send in details of their plans for it.

The buffer lets you save anything you can see on the screen to a file, for later viewing or printing out .

■ NOUN

book

The February 1987 issue printed a list of books which could be obtained from Vanguard Books.

None the less, the fact remained: The book had been printed .

I had to pay the publisher to print the books , and not many people bought them.

cards

The firm will arrange for a customer to have their particular message printed on specially prepared cards .

Just get some samples together, print up pretentious business cards , inflate values, rent out tent space and voila!

In Tehelka's suburban office in Delhi, they devised a false logo for West End and printed off phoney business cards .

Some of them print up business cards , like lawyers.

They even printed their own business cards .

computer

Three minutes later, the computer prints out a list of 60 names of suitable recipients, together with their relevant data.

But now he uses a computer to draw the designs, and the computer prints them out on canvas.

The computer prints a word, e.g. caterpillar, with a picture of a long green caterpillar beside it.

Hewlett-Packard, an innovator in computer printing .

The computer started to print out the bill as Adam looked at the picture on the front page of the newspaper.

Reports go into the computer , to be printed , bound, and, in effect, published for classroom use.

They might even use the computer to print out some simple questions to use on site.

copy

Press Shift-F7 I to print a copy of the text. 19.

Only one hundred copies were printed .

The three friends have printed 5, 000 copies of the book, but refuse to say how much they spent.

An A4 publication, it print run of 60,000 copies .

We will now print a copy of the form letter and its envelope.

You can use this function to print repeated copies of a string.

Follow these steps to print the first copy . 1.

document

There is no absolute requirement for the terms to be printed on the document which incorporates them into the contract.

Press Shift-F7 1 to print the document .

Mail lets you send email, and Print will print the document you're viewing.

You can treat it as a printer, but one that prints its documents elsewhere.

Printing from the screen allows you to print the entire document , the current page, or any block.

The value of printing a linear document from a database has been appreciated for a long time.

form

Results can be printed in any form using the word processor.

The Bureau drew most of its figures from a written answer to a printed form .

If your event information is already printed in a calendar form , please ensure that all the required information is included.

This should be carefully typed or printed in the form that you anticipate using when the collection of data begins.

At Midvale, they used upward of two hundred printed forms .

If you are not ready to print the form letter, save it under a different name.

information

You can also print the detailed information and your immediate tree.

Fax machines deliver print information using phone lines traditionally reserved for voice transmission.

Kroger Supermarkets print exhibition information , with a toll-free telephone number for reservations, on four million grocery bags.

ink

Her name, Beulah, is printed in green ink on a heart-shaped name tag.

Switching between black and color printing requires changing ink cartridges.

letter

Thank you for printing my letter .

Then retrieve the original template and repeat the steps for inserting the variables and printing the letter and envelope.

P.S. I hope you can print my letter - Tennis World, and keep up your high standards.

Please type or print your letters and keep them brief.

Known as the Golden Gospel, it was St. John printed in gold letters on dark olive paper.

He collected wildflowers and pressed and arranged them in a Bible; or he laboriously printed letters to public figures.

The Daily Express even printed a sneering open letter on the front page at the gall of a selector picking himself.

He has bad handwriting; he prints the letters .

message

You can, of course, print any mail messages you wish to retain using 6.2.0 - Print Mail Index.

money

If the central bank is forced to print money then inflation begins to take off and the economy languishes.

Bank officials remain opposed to loosening monetary policy by printing money .

The government would not print the money to pay for inflationary wage deals.

The government started printing more money soon after the savings-freeze and inflation has picked up again.

name

If handwritten, write clearly and print your name .

The newspapers printed the names of hundreds of other temples that did likewise.

You should print your name and address on the back of the cheque or postal order.

I pulled out our instruction sheet on which was printed the name of the ryokan where we were all to have lunch.

You may include a separate piece of paper for this, but print your name on it very clearly.

Wear a plastic wristband printed with your last name and social-security number.

In the first the press is expressly refused permission to print the name of the raped woman.

Our first macro will print a letterhead name and address, centered on the page.

newspaper

The newspaper printed the story, using only the lawyer's performance name, as requested.

The newspapers printed the names of hundreds of other temples that did likewise.

Four newspapers are printed at Thomson House -.

The study made headlines everywhere, and newspapers printed a revised height-weight chart that reflected the lean weights Willett recommends.

The newspapers printed stories about the whole population of peasant villages being deported to Siberia.

By 1844, a Washington newspaper started printing telegraphed news from Maryland.

The Union-Tribune, like most newspapers , does not print the names of rape victims without their consent.

The newspapers had stopped printing anything about Dickie for want of anything to print.

number

F Format Numbers are printed with a fixed number of decimal places.

Numbers do not appear on the screen, but all lines from the code are printed with line numbers.

I was doing interviews with any newspaper or magazine that approached me and some had printed contact numbers for the Friends.

It also was printed in a number of publications, including a far-right extremist tabloid, gun magazines and police journals.

Please note that the committee have decided not to print surnames when telephone numbers or addresses are shown.

It is edited in London but printed at a number of plants around the world.

numbers

Numbers in the range 0.1 to 1 will be printed as such.

Numbers do not appear on the screen, but all lines from the code are printed with line numbers.

I was doing interviews with any newspaper or magazine that approached me and some had printed contact numbers for the Friends.

Please note that the committee have decided not to print surnames when telephone numbers or addresses are shown.

page

Here they wrote up their interviews and observations, edited them, created artwork and designed and printed their pages .

The command 8-will print from page 8 to the end of the text.

The Windows driver provides a wide range of facilities, including laying down watermarks and printing multiple pages per sheet.

Line formatting affects the placement of entire paragraphs on the screen and on the printed page .

Taking a deep breath we elected to go the whole hog and print 16 pages .

One was its bit-mapped display, allowing for the flexibility of type and graphics that one gets from the printed page .

It takes about a minute to print a full A4 page .

WordPerfect will print those pages of the document.

paper

Some papers gleefully printed the video-blackmail story as fact.

Random House says it is shipping 150, 000 copies, and has paper ready to print another 100, 000.

The quality of the paper and printing has been improved noticeably in recent issues, including the cover and binding.

Then the Chicago papers printed stories about the magazine stories, as confirmation of their earlier stories.

Also visit the press to see that day's paper being printed .

All the carefully prepared summaries and analyses were not worth the paper they were printed on.

The schedule should be on good quality paper and printed if cost does not prohibit such luxury.

photograph

In 1843 he set up the first printing workshop to reproduce photographs for sale.

Junge Welt printed a photograph of some demonstrators.

press

The press , in particular, printed sensational reports of the happenings at cinemas and concerts featuring rock and roll films and music.

This displays the prompt Press Y to print just the highlighted text.

Sheet fed a printing press which prints single sheets of paper, not reels.

The organizing committee had made the colossal error of hiring a non-union press to print the official program.

But what if the employee of a printing press that prints the forthcoming publicity documents buys Superman stock before the public announcement?

Perfector a printing press which prints both sides of the paper at one pass through the machine.

The press also prints publications for non-church organisations, including several cultural periodicals and two of the country's national weekly newspapers.

report

The press, in particular, printed sensational reports of the happenings at cinemas and concerts featuring rock and roll films and music.

Version 4.0 also comes with the facility to print reports to screen.

The summary report print facility in the computer-based Problem Control Facility should be used to print the reports.

The editor of the party newspaper is under house arrest for printing a report about tanks being moved out of Tirana.

screen

So in 1994 the company designed a 48-hour customized training program in screen printing for its existing workforce.

Line formatting affects the placement of entire paragraphs on the screen and on the printed page.

Ingredients and directions for each recipe appear on the same screen and can be printed out to use in the kitchen.

Printing from the screen allows you to print the entire document, the current page, or any block.

Some minor changes that have been made to the screen and print format menu will also be covered here.

sheet

One side is then printed and the sheet is then turned over and printed from the other edge using the same forme.

Raising a newly printed sheet to her face, Price scans each line.

The Windows driver provides a wide range of facilities, including laying down watermarks and printing multiple pages per sheet .

Sheet fed a printing press which prints single sheets of paper, not reels.

Some organisations print a sheet of miniature photographs so that editors may choose which, if any, they would like to have.

story

Some papers gleefully printed the video-blackmail story as fact.

Then the Chicago papers printed stories about the magazine stories, as confirmation of their earlier stories.

The Northern Echo printed the story based on information given by prosecutors at the crown court.

The ploy didn't work: although the News of the World did not print the Mahmood story , other papers did.

The newspapers printed stories about the whole population of peasant villages being deported to Siberia.

You need successful publications and I need for successful publications to print my stories .

text

However, as the frequency was only doubled in the horizontal axis the benefits were lost if you printed landscape format text !

To print smaller segments of text , press Alt-F4 to highlight the text, then press Shift-F7.

There is no way you can print text rotated.

This displays the prompt Press Y to print just the highlighted text .

If your answer is just print out nicely justified text with the spelling checked then you may be in for a surprise.

Like the summary, comments will not print with the text but can be displayed on the screen for your information.

This macro sets the printer for single sheets and gives the command to print full text . 10.

Footers start printing on the last text line, with additional footer lines running into the bottom margin.

word

The computer prints a word , e.g. caterpillar, with a picture of a long green caterpillar beside it.

The printed word remains the access route to every other form of intellectual information.

Her passing marks a loss for those everywhere who love the printed word , and Tucson is the poorer for it.

William was having difficulty getting his Panasonic printer to print multi-page Word For Windows documents.

Filtered through the printed word of newspaper pages, politics became less personal and more distant from home.

It is customary to print foreign words in italics, so that the name of an organism is usually underlined or italicised.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

gloss finish/print

By Michael at Paul Nath Sleek, high gloss finish achieved with maximum height.

The next stage is buffing to a gloss finish.

Three coats are usually sufficient if a high gloss finish is required.

licence to print money

not worth the paper it is written on/printed on

reading/printed etc matter

Armed with the knowledge gleaned from reading matter and known computer buffs I travelled far and wide.

But they also noted whether there was reading matter in the house.

I was grateful for the information you conveyed regarding Heather's reading matter on Rhodes.

The noble Lord is not, you understand a personal friend of mine: just my current reading matter .

There were also other changes, such as in available reading matter .

Thus the best libretto ever written for the best opera ever written is scarcely tolerable as reading matter .

Typographer a specialist in the design of printed matter , and in particular the art of typography.

Typography the design and planning of printed matter using type.

sepia photograph/print

My aunts seemed very far away, faded, sepia photographs stuck in some childhood album.

Prominent among the pictures is an 1854 sepia photograph of Jonathan Pickering, the bewhiskered company founder.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Brown's suing the magazine for printing nude photos of him.

His second novel was originally printed in Paris.

How do you want the pictures printed?

How long will it take for this file to print ?

I'd like to print it in color if I can.

Most of our books are printed abroad.

Please print your name in block capitals.

The mark of a child's shoe was clearly printed in the mud.

They printed my letter in the Sunday paper.

This book was printed on recycled paper.

Where did you get your wedding invitations printed?

Why won't this printer print ?

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A couple of months later I had some bumper stickers printed up.

Bed the base on which the Forme is held when printing by Letterpress.

Criticism was therefore banned, and only bare synopses of each film allowed to be printed.

It printed prose and verse in broadside and chapbook form till its activities were cut short by the War.

The maker of printing chemicals said it intends to eliminate about 100 jobs, reducing its work force to about 500.

The Northern Echo printed the story based on information given by prosecutors at the crown court.

The schedule should be on good quality paper and printed if cost does not prohibit such luxury.

II. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

fine

Primarily, documentary was thought of as having a goal beyond the production of a fine print .

You submit your offer on Form 656, but read the fine print on the back.

His agent was sorting out the fine print .

Phil did not read the fine print .

He came to Teesside from Newcastle where he ran a fine art print workshop.

When comparing companies, beware of fine print that can spell significant differences.

You can get a fine Bonnard print for £2,500; a Pissarro for less than £7,000.

They did so simply by reading the fine print and slithering through the loophole that yawned, obvious and inviting, therein.

large

If the blackboard is used for notes, these should be written in large , clear print .

Small requests would normally be serviced during the day. Large prints will be run overnight.

It was spelled out in large print .

Young children may need large print but should be educated to use smaller print as their reading develops.

The sweatshirts have a large logo print on the front.

There is a large selection of print out types to choose from and each one is fully described in the manual.

The larger the number, the larger the print size.

small

Information is power, but for some people small print or big words are a barrier to finding valuable health information.

So always check the small print .

And is there any other small print ?

Read the small print of any agreement you have with an agency, and be honest with agency staff about your dilemma.

It is essential to read the small print on the auction particulars, especially where obligations are being passed to the purchasers.

■ NOUN

run

It can cost between 50p and £1.50 to have passports produced, depending on the print run and the complexity.

They also had calculated the cost of a print run of 10, 000.

Its print run is not a few thousand - but 54,000!

The first print run of 6,000 sold out and a second of 4,000 is moving quickly.

These days, that figure can represent an entire print run .

The day his drawing came out Le Patriote had its highest annual print run .

Contemporary Women Artists, a new colour microfiche is now on its second print run .

Bloomsbury says that most if its first print run of 15,000 copies has been subscribed.

■ VERB

appear

The top story, about police computers, turned out to be slightly too long when it appeared in print .

Not until 1717 did he appear in print , with a grand jury charge denouncing Jacobites.

It was raw, frank and eventually it appeared in print .

I think it true to say that at the present time it is not at all difficult for academics to appear in print .

Mozart's first works to appear in print .

Despite this, they always appear in print as extraordinary adventures in a romantic, far-off, sun-kissed land.

Laser-printers can instantly show him how his efforts appear in print .

Anything that has appeared in print so many times must be true.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

gloss finish/print

By Michael at Paul Nath Sleek, high gloss finish achieved with maximum height.

The next stage is buffing to a gloss finish.

Three coats are usually sufficient if a high gloss finish is required.

licence to print money

sepia photograph/print

My aunts seemed very far away, faded, sepia photographs stuck in some childhood album.

Prominent among the pictures is an 1854 sepia photograph of Jonathan Pickering, the bewhiskered company founder.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a floral print

A new print of "Citizen Kane" has just been released.

I'll order two sets of prints, and you can have one of them.

I don't want your dirty hand prints all over the walls.

Some cat left its paw prints on my car.

The information is available in several formats including print , CD-ROM, and from our website.

We found a set of prints on the door.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

All he had to do, he knew, was get the thing in print .

Courbet intended having some of his paintings photographed and prints of these were to be sold at his private exhibition in 1855.

First published in 1937, the book is still in print .

I see your tenderness in the bureaucratic print .

Sure, a print can be straightened out in the lab, but slide shows are unforgiving.

The prints combined quality and cheapness and were produced in vast numbers.

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