Definition of pressbook in English:

pressbook

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Pronunciation: /ˈprɛsbʊk
 
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noun

  • 1A book of press cuttings.
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    • Our attic is jammed with boxes of small press books.
    • The Ingalls Library owns an almost complete set of Kelmscott press books which were donated by Julia Morgan Marlatt upon her death in 1939.
  • 2A booklet or leaflet put together by a film producer to publicize a new film.
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    • A modern form of colophon is the production note at the end of private press books.
    • For each release, the distributing studio created a "pressbook" containing materials for the marketing campaign.
    • The pressbook prepared for the film was a remarkably candid reflection of the studio's uncertainty about what to do with the picture.

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