Definition of printable in English:

printable

Line breaks: print|able
Pronunciation: /ˈprɪntəbl
 
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adjective

1Suitable or fit to be printed or published: break photographs up into printable form he was called a drunk and a racist, among printable epithets
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  • ‘What I would say to Marion right now is not printable,’ said her father, who is 77.
  • Struggling to use printable language, he added: ‘I think it shows a lack of consideration and a lack of proper management and efficiency.’
  • My only task was to pout, dimple prettily, and be as printable as possible.
1.1 Computing (Of text) able to be printed: the file is printable
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  • In publishing, you make the content available by extracting components out of the repository and constructing targeted publications such as websites, printable documents, and e-mail newsletters.
  • The disk includes the plugin and printable documentation along with CodeWeavers Wine 1.0.
  • Click on, say, Newark Penn station and up comes a map and some printable text.

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