Definition of print run in English:

print run

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The number of copies of a book, magazine, etc. printed at one time.
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  • If a popular book has a large print run, then the up front costs can drop dramatically, bringing a potential for large profits.
  • Bambang said the magazine is expected to reach a print run of 20,000 copies within the next few months.
  • The book has virtually sold out its first print run of 3,500 copies.

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