1 VERB 打印；印刷
If someone prints
something such as a book or newspaper, they produce it in large quantities using a machine. 打印；印刷
He started to print his own posters to distribute abroad. [VERB noun]
The Slovene bank has printed a specimen bank note. [VERB noun]
Our brochure is printed on environmentally-friendly paper. [be VERB-ed prep./adv.]
We found that television and radio gave rise to far fewer complaints than did the printed media. [VERB-ed]
In American English, print up
means the same as print
Community workers here are printing up pamphlets for peace demonstrations.
Hey, I know what, I'll get a bumper sticker printed up.
2 VERB （在报纸、杂志上）刊印，刊登，发表
If a newspaper or magazine prints
a piece of writing, it includes it or publishes it. （在报纸、杂志上）刊印，刊登，发表 [Also be V-ed in n]
3 VERB 印（数字、字母或图案）；印染
If numbers, letters, or designs are printed on
a surface, they are put on it in ink or dye using a machine. You can also say that a surface is printed with
numbers, letters, or designs. 印（数字、字母或图案）；印染 [Also V n, V prep/adv]
...the number printed on the receipt. [VERB-ed]
The company has for some time printed its phone number on its products. [VERB noun + on]
The shirts were printed with a paisley pattern. [be VERB-ed + with]
'Ecu' was printed in lower case rather than capital letters. [be VERB-ed prep./adv.]
4 N-COUNT 印花织物；印刷品；印花；印制图案
is a piece of clothing or material with a pattern printed on it. You can also refer to the pattern itself as a print
Her mother wore one of her dark summer prints.
In this living room we've mixed glorious floral prints.
...multi-coloured print jackets.
5 VERB 冲洗，冲印（照片）
When you print
a photograph, you produce it from a negative. 冲洗，冲印（照片） [Also VERB n]
Printing a black-and-white negative on to colour paper produces a similar monochrome effect. [V n + onto/from]
I selected two negatives to print from. [V n onto/from n]
6 N-COUNT （冲印出来的）照片
is a photograph from a film that has been developed. （冲印出来的）照片
7 N-COUNT 电影拷贝
of a cinema film is a particular copy or set of copies of it. 电影拷贝
8 N-COUNT 绘画复制品；版画
is one of a number of copies of a particular picture. It can be either a photograph, something such as a painting, or a picture made by an artist who puts ink on a prepared surface and presses it against paper. 绘画复制品；版画
9 N-UNCOUNT 印出的字； 印刷字体 Print
is used to refer to letters and numbers as they appear on the pages of a book, newspaper, or printed document. 印出的字； 印刷字体
10 ADJ [ADJ n] 印刷（媒体）的；纸媒的
media consists of newspapers and magazines, but not television or radio. 印刷（媒体）的；纸媒的
11 VERB 用印刷体书写
If you print
words, you write in letters that are not joined together and that look like the letters in a book or newspaper. 用印刷体书写
12 N-COUNT 脚印；足迹
You can refer to a mark left by someone's foot as a print
He crawled from print to print, sniffing at the earth, following the scent left in the tracks.
13 N-COUNT [usually plural] 指纹
You can refer to invisible marks left by someone's fingers as their prints
15 PHRASE （在书刊或报纸上）发表，刊登
If you appear in print
, or get into print
, what you say or write is published in a book, newspaper, or magazine. （在书刊或报纸上）发表，刊登
Many of these poets appeared in print only long after their deaths.
There was no immediate prospect of the diaries getting into print.
16 PHRASE （书）仍在印行，仍在出版
If a book is in print
, copies of it are still being produced. （书）仍在印行，仍在出版
17 PHRASE [verb-link PHRASE] （书）已经停印，已经绝版
If a book is out of print
, copies of it are no longer being produced. （书）已经停印，已经绝版
SYN unavailable, unobtainable, no longer published, o.p.
18 PHRASE （广告、合同等的）细节，附属细则，小号字体印刷条款
The small print
or the fine print
of something such as an advertisement or a contract consists of the technical details and legal conditions, which are often printed in much smaller letters than the rest of the text. （广告、合同等的）细节，附属细则，小号字体印刷条款
I'm looking at the small print; I don't want to sign anything that I shouldn't sign.
This might be a good time for Button's management to study the fine print of his contract.
19 a licence to print money→see: licence
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