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print

noun
 
 
/prɪnt/
WORDS [U] words, letters, or numbers that are produced on paper by a machine
baskı
Printing and word processing
in/out of print If a book is in print, it is possible to buy a new copy of it, and if it is out of print, it is not now possible.
stokta/satışta mevcut; baskısı tükenmiş
Printing and word processing
PICTURE [C] a copy of a picture made using photography or by pressing paper onto a design covered in ink
resim nüshası/kopyası; baskı tekniği kullanarak resim, şekil vb. üretme
a print of Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers'Printing and word processingPhotographyCopying and copiesForgeryPictures
PHOTOGRAPH [C] a photograph that is produced on paper
resim baskısı, filmden elde edilen resim
Photography
PATTERN [C] a pattern that is produced on material or paper
baskı, kâğıt veya herhangi bir madde üzerinde yapılan baskı
a floral printPrinting and word processingPatterns and shapesPainting, drawing and printing
HAND [C] ( also fingerprint) a mark that is left on a surface where someone has touched it
(el, parmak) iz, işaret
His prints were found all over the house and he was arrested the next day.The handRelating to detection and solving crimes
MARK [C] a mark that is left on a surface where someone has walked
ayak izi
The dog left prints all over the kitchen floor. →  See also small print Holes, hollows and dips
(Definition of print noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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