typescript

[tahyp-skript]
noun
1.
a typewritten copy of a literary composition, document, or the like, especially as prepared for a printer.
2.
typewritten matter, as distinguished from handwritten or printed matter.

Origin:
1890–95, Americanism; type + script (on the model of manuscript)

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typescript (ˈtaɪpˌskrɪpt)
 
n
1.  a typed copy of a document, literary script, etc
2.  any typewritten material

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Example sentences
The high wind and strong sun that day conspired to make his typescript
  unreadable.
He also told me he'd given the typescript to one of our textbook editors to
  read.
On some occasions he will begin slowly, reading straight from a prepared
  typescript.
The page number in my citation was from the typescript.
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