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print
British English: /prɪnt/
American English: /prɪnt/

Translation of print in Italian:

noun

  • 1 (typeface) uncountable
    caratteri (masculine plural)
    in small, large print
    a piccoli, grandi caratteri
    the print is very small
    è scritto molto piccolo
    the small o fine print [figurative]
    i dettagli
    don't forget to read the small print
    non dimenticare di leggere le clausole aggiuntive in piccolo
    to set something up in print (Print)
    comporre qualcosa
  • 2 (published form) See examples:in print out of print to go into print to put o get something into print
    dare alle stampe qualcosa
    to appear in print o to get into print
    essere pubblicato
    to see something in print
    vedere qualcosa pubblicato
    to see oneself in print
    vedere pubblicato il proprio lavoro
    “at the time of going to print”
    “al momento di andare in stampa”

transitive verb

  • 1 (Print)
    (poster, document, book, banknote) on su
    to print something in italics
    stampare qualcosa in corsivo
    over 1,000 copies of the book have been printed
    sono state stampate più di 1.000 copie del libro
    “printed in Japan”
    “stampato in Giappone”
  • 2 (Journalism) (publish)
    (story, report, interview, photo)
    the article was printed in the local press
    l'articolo è stato pubblicato dalla stampa locale
  • 3 (transfer to surface)
    (pattern, motif, design) in in on su
  • 4 (Photography) (from negative)
    (copy, photos)
  • 5 (write)
    (detail, letter) on su
    “print your name in block capitals”
    “scrivere il nome in stampatello maiuscolo”

intransitive verb

Phrasal verbs

print off:

print off [something], print [something] off
(copies)

print out:

print out [something], print [something] out (Computing)

Definition of print in:

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