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print /print/
  • danh từ
    • chữ in
      • in large print: in chữ lớn
    • sự in ra
      • the book is not in print yet: quyển sách chưa in
      • the book is still in print: quyển sách vẫn còn in để bán
    • dấu in; vết; dấu
    • ảnh in (ở bản khắc ra); ảnh chụp in ra
    • vải hoa in
    • định ngữ
      • bằng vải hoa in
        • print dress: áo bằng vải hoa in
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tài liệu in; tờ báo tạp chí
      • giấy in báo ((cũng) newsprint)
      • to rush into print
        • ra sách (viết bài) một cách thiếu chín chắn
    • ngoại động từ
      • in xuất bản, đăng báo, viết vào sách
      • in, in dấu, in vết (lên vật gì)
      • rửa, in (ảnh)
      • viết (chữ) theo lối chữ in
      • in hoa (vải)
      • in, khắc (vào tâm trí)
    Concise Dictionary
    prints|printed|printingprɪnt
    noun
    +the result of the printing process
    +a picture or design printed from an engraving
    +a visible indication made on a surface
    +a copy of a movie on film (especially a particular version of it)
    +a fabric with a dyed pattern pressed onto it (usually by engraved rollers)
    +a printed picture produced from a photographic negative
    verb
    +put into print
    +write as if with print; not cursive
    +make into a print
    +reproduce by printing

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 impress, imprint, stamp, publish, issue, run off, put out; copy; (pull a) proof:
    We decided to print 500 copies of the book. You may have your name printed on the cover for an additional amount.
    n.
    2 reproduction, copy, replica, facsimile; positive, photograph, etching, (steel or wood-)engraving, lithograph, woodcut, linocut, silk screen, rotogravure, Trade Mark Xerox; picture, illustration; Colloq photo, cut, pic (pl. pix):
    Today, a good print of a Picasso costs more than an original did fifty years ago
    3 text, printed matter, type, writing; language, wording, (choice of) words, phrasing:
    You'd be well advised to read the small print before signing the agreement.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    letters / pictures
    1 to produce letters, pictures, etc. on paper using a machine that puts ink on the surface: [VN] Do you want your address printed at the top of the letter? + I'm printing a copy of the document for you. + Each card is printed with a different message. + [V] (computing) Click on the icon when you want to print.
    books / newspapers
    2 [VN] to produce books, newspapers, etc. by printing them in large quantities: They printed 30 000 copies of the book. + The firm specializes in printing calendars.
    publish
    3 [VN] to publish sth in printed form: The photo was printed in all the national newspapers. + The magazine was sued for printing a libelous article about her family.
    photograph
    4 [VN] to produce a photograph from photographic film: I'm having the pictures developed and printed.
    write
    5 to write without joining the letters together: [V] In some countries children learn to print when they first go to school. + [VN] Print your name and address clearly in the space provided. + He had printed his name in capitals at the bottom of the picture.
    make mark
    6 [VN] ~ sth (in / on sth) to make a mark on a soft surface by pressing: The tracks of the large animal were clearly printed in the sand. + (figurative) The memory of that day was indelibly printed on his brain.
    make design
    7 [VN] to make a design on a surface or fabric by pressing a surface against it which has been coloured with ink or DYE: They had printed their own design on the T-shirt.
    Idioms: the printed word / page what is published in books, newspapers, etc: the power of the printed word
    more at LICENCE n., WORTH adj.
    Phrasal Verbs: print sth<->off / out to produce a document or information from a computer in printed form: How many copies shall I print out?
    related noun PRINTOUT
    + noun
    letters / numbers
    1 [U] letters, words, numbers, etc. that have been printed onto paper: in large / small / bold print + The print quality of the new laser printer is superb.
    See also - THE SMALL PRINT
    newspapers / books
    2 [U] used to refer to the business of producing newspapers, magazines and books: the print media + print unions + a print run (= the number of copies of a book, etc. printed at one time)
    mark
    3 [C, usually pl.] a mark left by your finger, foot, etc. on the surface of sth: His prints were found on the gun.
    See also - FINGERPRINT, FOOTPRINT
    picture
    4 [C] a picture that is carved into metal or wood then covered with ink and printed onto paper; a picture that is copied from a painting using photography: a framed set of prints
    photograph
    5 [C] a photograph produced from film: How many sets of prints would you like? + a colour print
    fabric
    6 [U, C] cotton fabric that has a pattern printed on it; this pattern: a cotton print dress + a floral print
    See also - BLUEPRINT
    Idioms: get into print to be published: By the time this gets into print, they'll already have left the country.
    in print
    1 (of a book) still available from the company that publishes it: Is this edition still in print?
    2 (of a person's work) printed in a book, newspaper, etc: It was the first time he had seen his name in print.
    out of print (of a book) no longer available from the company that publishes it: Her first novel is now out of print.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    large | fine, small
    Always read the small print in a contract before signing.
    | clear | bold

    PRINT + NOUN

    journalist, worker | industry, union | run
    The initial print run for her book was 6,000 copies.

    PREP.

    in ~
    All her books are still in print.
    | out of ~
    The shop specializes in out-of-print books.

    verb

    ADV.

    beautifully
    The book is beautifully printed on good quality paper.
    | badly | correctly
    I couldn't get the graphics to print correctly.
    | clearly | indelibly
    (figurative) The incident was indelibly printed in her memory.
    | privately
    She had the memoir privately printed in a limited edition.
    | specially
    We had the T-shirts specially printed with the firm's logo.

    PREP.

    from
    printing from a file
    | in
    The message was printed in blue ink.
    | on
    a leaflet printed on recycled paper
    | with
    a dress printed with blue flowers



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