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Spanish translation of “print”

print

verb
to publish (a book, article etc) in printed form
publicar, editar
His new novel will be printed next month.
to produce (a photographic image) on paper
imprimir, sacar una copia
He develops and prints his own photographs.
to mark designs on (cloth etc)
estampar
When the cloth has been woven, it is dyed and printed.
to write, using capital letters
escribir en mayúsculas
Please print your name and address.
(Definition of print from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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