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camera-ready

Syllabification: cam·er·a-read·y
Pronunciation: /ˈkam(ə)rəˌredē/

Definition of camera-ready in English:

adjective

Printing
(Of matter to be printed) in the right form and of good enough quality to be reproduced photographically onto a printing plate: camera-ready copy
More example sentences
  • The Bulletin is not reproduced from camera-ready copy.
  • Worse yet, in those days our typesetting equipment could not handle Hebrew fonts, and so they had to leave blank spaces in the camera-ready copy and then paste in Hebrew words that had been photocopied from the Victorian original.
  • Authors nowadays produce their own as camera-ready copy or get someone else to do so.

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