Definition of print-on-demand in English:

print-on-demand

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noun

[mass noun]
A system or process whereby individual copies or small numbers of a text are printed to order, typically using digital technology: most of the large publishers offer such computer-based services as e-books and print-on-demand [as modifier]: print-on-demand technology
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  • I was just wondering how come major publishing houses haven't started offering more obscure titles by Print-On-Demand?
  • These t-shirts are not print-on-demand.
  • With print-on-demand the printer produces hard copies of a book from a digital file - the file Lulu sends it when it receives an order.

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