Definition of photo-offset in English:

photo-offset

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Pronunciation: /fəʊtəʊˈɒfsɛt
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • Offset printing using plates made photographically.
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    • The popularity of the album was partly due to developments in printing, which was changing from a text-based industry to one increasingly concerned with images, a shift that culminated in photo-offset printing and photoduplication.
    • Daland had acquired Junior Swimmer, another photo-offset publication, when he had been an assistant coach at Yale in the early '50s under the legendary Bob Kiphuth.
    • In the 1960s - thanks to the mimeograph machine and the photo-offset printed paperback book - poetry was popular, glamorous, engaged, and confrontational.

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