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imprint

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪmprɪnt/
the name of a company that produces books as it appears on a particular set of books: The company publishes more than 2,100 titles annually under 35 imprints. Each book within an imprint must have the same look, approach, and usability.
information about the company that has produced a book, newspaper, etc. which is usually printed on the title page or the last page: The edition number of the Guardian appears in the imprint on the back page of the paper.
Translations of “imprint”
in Vietnamese dấu…
in Spanish huella, marca, impresión…
in Thai รอยประทับ…
in Malaysian kesan…
in French empreinte…
in German der Abdruck…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書, (印在書籍上的)出版商名稱…
in Indonesian jejak…
in Russian след, отпечаток, печать…
in Turkish marka, damga, iz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书, (印在书籍上的)出版者名称…
in Polish odcisk, ślad…
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