An example of print is to transfer an image by pressing something into ink and then pressing it onto a flat surface, such as printing a book.
An example of print is to write an essay by hand.
An example of print is to produce text and graphics from a computer screen or file onto a sheet of paper.
An example of a print is a copy of a photograph.
Tracks that were printed in the snow.
The negative printed poorly.
A print newsletter.
A print journalist.
The print of a heel.
A print of butter.
To print a story.
Print your name above your signature.
A negative that prints well.
To print calico.
Using a crayon, the girl made a print of the leaf under the page.
The first print of that book has sold out.
Had prints of flowers hanging on the walls.
Ax experience that will be printed in our hearts forever.
- In printed or published form:.Denials that were to be found in print.
- Offered for sale by a publisher:.Books that are still in print.
- No longer offered for sale by a publisher:.Books that are out of print.
- In printed form; published.
- Still being sold by the publisher.
- No longer being sold by the publisher.
Origin of print
- Middle English preinte from Old French from feminine past participle of preindre to press alteration of prembre from Latin premere per-4 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French preinte, the feminine past participle of preindre (“to press"), itself from Latin premere (“top press").