Translation of offset in Spanish:
transitive verb present -sets present participle -setting past tense & past participle -setAmerican English: /ˌɔfˈsɛt/ , /ˈɔfˌsɛt/ British English: /ˈɒfsɛt/ , /ɒfˈsɛt/
- 1.1 (compensate for)(costs/loss/shortfall)to offset something
againstsomethingany overpayment will be offset against your next invoicededucir algo dealgocualquier saldo a su favor le será deducido de su próxima facturaExample sentences1.2 (Printing)
imprimir en offset
- An increasing university student population has partly offset these effects.
- But part of the profit pressure is offset - at least on the income statement - with nonoperating gains.
- The decline in the primary sector was to an extent offset by the growth in production in the secondary sector.
nounAmerican English: /ˈɔfˌsɛt/ , /ˈɑfˌsɛt/ British English: /ˈɒfsɛt/
- (Printing)(before noun) (printing/reproduction)en offsetExample sentences
- It is within that context that we should see this group of about one hundred offset lithographs published in 1970 and 1971.
- ‘It is one of the most heated debates in the print world: offset vs. direct lithography,’ said Creyts.
- The offset printing machines allow the simultaneous printing of both sides of the banknotes.
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