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NGSL Rank: 1097
prɪnt Listen
  • produce (books, newspapers, etc.), especially in large quantities, by a mechanical process involving the transfer of text or designs to paper.
    E.g. a thousand copies of the book were printed
  • write (text) clearly without joining the letters together.
    E.g. print your name and address on the back of the cheque
  • mark (a surface, typically a fabric or garment) with a coloured design or pattern.
    E.g. a delicate fabric printed with roses
  • the text appearing in a book, newspaper, or other printed publication, especially with reference to its size, form, or style.
    E.g. she forced herself to concentrate on the tiny print
  • an indentation or mark made on a surface or soft substance.
    E.g. there were paw prints everywhere
  • a picture or design printed from a block or plate or copied from a painting by photography.
    E.g. the walls were hung with sporting prints
  • a piece of fabric or clothing with a coloured pattern or design printed on it.
    E.g. light summer prints

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