Synonyms of print
1 run offDictionary • It costs far less to press a CD than to print a book.
copy • She never participated in copying classified documents for anyone.
reproduce • permission to reproduce this article
go to press
put to bed (informal)
2 publishDictionary • a questionnaire printed in the magazine
publish • His latest book will be published in May.
release • They're not releasing any more details yet.
circulate • Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
issue • He issued a statement denying the allegations.
disseminate • It took years to disseminate information about Aids.
3 markDictionary • printed with a paisley pattern
mark • How do you stop the horses marking the turf?
stamp • ‘Eat before July 14’ was stamped on the label.
imprint • He repeated the names, as if to imprint them on his mind.
1 photographDictionary • a black and white print of the children
photograph • He wants to take some photographs of the house.
snap • a snap my mother took last year
2 pictureDictionary • Hogarth's famous series of prints
picture • drawing a small picture with coloured chalks
plate • The book has 55 colour plates.
etching • There was an old etching of the Thames on the wall opposite the window.
engraving • the engraving of Shakespeare at the front of the book
3 copyDictionary • There was a huge print of `Le Déjeuner Sur l'Herbe' on the wall.
copy • Always keep a copy of everything in your own files.
picture • He is the picture of his father.
reproduction • a reproduction of a religious painting
replica • It was a replica, for display only.
4 typeDictionary • columns of tiny print
type • The correction has already been set in type.
5 markDictionary • the unmistakable print of a bare foot in the mud
mark • Each book was adorned with the publisher's mark at the bottom of the spine.
impression • the world's oldest fossil impressions of plant life
footprint • I saw a footprint in the snow.
publication • a renewed campaign against pornographic publications
book • a book about witches
magazine • Her face is on the cover of a dozen or more magazines.
periodical • The walls were lined with books and periodicals.
PHRASES:▷ in print
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bookA book is a number of pieces of paper, usually with words printed on them, which are fastened together and fixed inside a cover of stronger paper or cardboard. Books contain information, stories, or poetry, for example.
• a book about witches
e-book or ebook,
e-book or ebook,
circulateIf a piece of writing circulates or is circulated, copies of it are passed round among a group of people.
• Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
copyIf you copy something, you produce something that looks like the original thing.
• She never participated in copying classified documents for anyone.
Thesaurus for print from the Collins English Thesaurus
to reproduce (text, pictures, etc), esp in large numbers, by applying ink to paper or other material by one of various processes