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Translation of "print" - English-Spanish dictionary

print

noun /print/
a mark made by pressure huella, marca a footprint a fingerprint.
printed lettering letra, caracteres I can’t read the print in this book.
a photograph made from a negative copia I entered three prints for the photographic competition.
a printed reproduction of a painting or drawing grabado a print of Van Gogh’s ’Sunflowers’.
printer noun
(computing) a machine that prints texts from a computer impresora a laser printer.
a person who prints books, newspapers etc. impresor
printing noun
the work of a printer. impresión, tipografía
printing press noun
(also press) a machine for printing. prensa
printout noun
(computing) the printed information given by a computer. impresión
in / out of print
(of books) available/unavailable to be bought from the publisher tener/no tener posibilidades (de) That book has been out of print for years.
(Definition of print from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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