reprint

Part of speech: verb

To print a new.

Part of speech: noun

An exact reproduction of a printed work.

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Usage examples "reprint":

  1. Captain McLellan's family was asked what purchases they would recommend, and a top priority was to somehow reprint this work on the fishing grounds. - "Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine", Walter H. Rich.
  2. The reprint upon the succeeding pages will give some idea of the advertising literature used in selling high grade eggs. - "The Dollar Hen", Milo M. Hastings.
  3. The article is in the form of a letter, and the copy spoken of by Butler, as indexed under his name in the British Museum, being defective, the reprint which appeared in the jubilee number of the Press has been used in completing the version which follows. - "The Note-Books of Samuel Butler", Samuel Butler.