- 1to produce a copy of a document, picture, etc. on paper or other material
- 2to write in letters that are not joined together
- 3a copy of a document, picture, etc. that is produced on paper or other material
Using print: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "print" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I need to print this report for the meeting.
She printed her name at the bottom of the page.
The book was printed in 1998.
He has a collection of prints by famous artists.
The newspaper has a daily print and online edition.
print Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with print
Can you print out the email for me?
The book is still in print after 50 years.
The first print run of the new novel sold out in a week.
Origins of print
from Old French 'preinte', meaning 'impression'
Summary: print in Brief
The verb 'print' [print] means to produce a copy of a document or picture on paper or other material, or to write in letters that are not joined together. It also refers to a copy of a document or picture that is produced on paper or other material. Examples include 'I need to print this report for the meeting' and 'The book was printed in 1998.' Phrases include 'print out,' meaning to produce a paper copy of a document from a computer, and 'in print,' meaning available in written or printed form.