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printout

[print-out] /ˈprɪntˌaʊt/
noun, Computers.
1.
output produced by a printer, generally on continuous sheets of paper.
Also, print-out.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55; noun use of verb phrase print out
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  • Three-dimensional printout can then be made available to interested parties.
  • Have them draw the outline of a beluga whale, or let them trace a printout of one of the pictures above.
  • Perhaps you could require the students to submit a printout of the outline.
  • They're included in the custom instruction printout that comes with your set.
  • Above the machine hangs a large printout that shows six sets of graphs.
  • She pulls out a computer printout with an ice-blue border dotted with snowflakes.
  • Contain a printout that shows the threshold, in dB, for each of the locations tested.
British Dictionary definitions for printout

print out

verb (transitive, adverb)
1.
(of a computer output device, such as a line printer) to produce (printed information)
noun
2.
such printed information
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