Translation of printing in Spanish:

printing

impresión, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɪntɪŋ//ˈprɪn(t)ɪŋ/

noun

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    • 1.1Printing
      (act, process, result)

      impresión feminine
      (error/ink) (before noun) de imprenta
      the printing is poor la impresión es mala
      • the invention of printing la invención de la imprenta
      • Minor corrections were made between the first and second printings.
      • The book was popular with the public, rapidly selling through five printings.
      • This rather classy book boasts high-quality printing and color reproduction of individual Tino Hamid photographs.
      • Because of the quantities involved and the capital-intensive nature of the business, the early printing and publishing of books tended to be centralized.
      • Will new printings of traditional books be issued on demand, or printed in advance and warehoused?
      • First is the editorial decision to replicate the original printings, complete with long walls of paragraphs and confusing punctuation.
      • The book has been through 53 printings in its original American version and has been published in more than 50 countries.
      • The importance of his book is that it was printed (book printing was invented just a short time before by Gutenberg) and many copies were therefore available.
      • The history of writing has been influenced by technological developments, such as the invention of paper and printing, and by increased literacy due to the expansion of formal education.
      • Before the invention of printing, books were produced entirely by hand by a series of painters, calligraphers, and binders.
      • Nicholas V died in 1455, unaware of Johannes Gutenberg's invention of printing with moveable metal types in Mainz, Germany.
      • The book went through several printings and was obviously much-treasured by those who purchased it.
      • These hard wood blocks were durable enough to withstand the thousands of printings necessary for magazines with national circulations.
      • Organic semiconductor production would do away with all of that and substitute a process that resembles the continuous-feed printing of a newspaper.
      • Could the introduction of remote printing of distant newspapers resurrect the newsstand business?
      • The actual process of printing by offset lithography is not new, but has been hugely refined in terms of quality and speed.
      • They're also all books that have been published in multiple printings for decades or longer by multiple publishers.
      • Modern photoprinters offer many output options, such as the ability to handle roll paper for banner printing and producing borderless prints.
      • A sufficiently high number of pre-orders would push the book into multiple printings early on and guarantee a high ranking.
      • And, in tandem with that, we have changes in printing technology, which have enormously reduced the cost of printing and publishing, even in traditional book form.
      • This may be the most profound technological advance in music since Petrucci and the invention of musical printing.
      • The invention of printing had revolutionized the transmission of new ideas across Western Europe, including Protestant ideas.
      • We usually buy our stock directly from publishers, sometimes being invited to share in special printings.
      • The lecture was a medieval solution to book shortages before printing was invented.
      • Although both books have been published in Britain, these 2003 printings by Airlife make them available in the United States for the first time.
      • That means my ‘series’ now has three different printings from two different publishers.
      • Raymond Nelson's edition reproduces photographically the first printings of Tolson's three published volumes, along with thirty-four pages of uncollected poems that appeared in journals.
      • There is a lot to like about this book, including a clear layout, good printing, diagrams, paper and binding, and an extensive bibliography.
      • The Satellite Newspapers' system downloaded newspapers to a kiosk for on-demand printing of newspapers.
      • In many commercial printings, overruns are part of the process.
      • Mass production in early printing, if it existed at all, just involved doing the same things faster.
      • It was well over 100 years from the invention of printing to the appearance of the first newspapers.
      • This does not make it a cheap book, but the clarity of Luca Invernizzi Tettoni's photography and the high quality printing make the book an instant visual hit.
      • Its popularity (three printings the first three months, with three more the first year) made it the first theatrical script to sell well as a book in America.
      • Since its first appearance nearly half a century ago the book has gone through a number of printings and has deservedly maintained its popularity.
      • The only suggestion this reviewer has is that the publisher consider a larger typeface in the next printing.
      • The book's success encouraged subsequent printings in 1858 and 1859.
      • Future printings will be corrected to address the error.
      • A microfiche edition of the first printings of Mathilde's works has recently been published by IDC in the Netherlands.
      • BP Colour was involved in high quality lithographic printing for marketing and graphic design companies.

    • 1.2Printing
      (quantity printed)

      edición feminine
      tirada feminine
      the book is in its fifth printing el libro va por la quinta edición

    • 1.3Printing
      (trade)

      imprenta feminine

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    (handwriting)
    letra de imprenta feminine
    letra de molde feminine
    • Dr. Karimian testified that the printing in the statement of assets was not in his handwriting.
    • The printing was hurried and the cramped letters ran together as if Alec had been in a great hurry to get them on paper.
    • I'm not sure how many years I received instruction, but I think cursive and printing might have been different years.
    • It was hard and white, and the printing on top was someone's flawless handwriting to ‘Mr. William Gale.’