Definition of letterpress in English:

letterpress

Syllabification: let·ter·press
Pronunciation: /ˈledərˌpres
 
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noun

1Printing from a hard, raised image under pressure, using viscous ink.
More example sentences
  • Printing on aluminum foil can be accomplished by any commercial process, including rotogravure, flexography, lithography, and letterpress.
  • Photography liberated painting from strict representation to become abstract and impressionist; television made movies into art as well, and digital printing makes us reverse woodtype, lead, and letterpress.
  • The first edition of the album sleeve was done by letterpress, an old and rather inefficient means of printing.

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