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.
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.