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typography
American English: /taɪˈpɑɡrəfi/
British English: /tʌɪˈpɒɡrəfi/

Translation of typography in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • It is more than a matter of typography and layout.
    • Though out of date, it is still widely regarded as a paragon of clarity and accuracy for its definitions and etymologies and as a model of design, production, illustration, typography, paper, printing, and binding.
    • The old stuff about judging books by their cover is out of date - today's books are marketed so clinically that it is usually perfectly possible to predict the content by the author's picture and style of typography.

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