Definition of enprint in English:

enprint

Line breaks: en|print
Pronunciation: /ˈɛnprɪnt
 
/

noun

British
A standard-sized photographic print produced by printing the whole of a negative to a moderate enlargement.
More example sentences
  • To overcome this I am happy to send an enprint to customers ordering framed pictures or large prints to act as a colour check prior to despatch of the order.
  • The ability to see your pictures full screen also enhances them compared with viewing enprints in an album.

Origin

mid 20th century: from enlarged print.

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