typeset

[tahyp-set]
verb (used with object), typeset, typesetting.
1.
to set (textual matter) in type.
adjective
2.
(of written, textual matter) set in type.

Origin:
1865–70; back formation from typesetter

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typeset (ˈtaɪpˌsɛt)
 
vb , -sets, -setting, -set
(tr) printing to set (textual matter) in type

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Example sentences
Some were delivered so late that their first lines were being typeset before the last had been composed.
Newspapers were being typeset using out-of-date practices.
But if a writer starts spotting such perceived blemishes in typeset pages, expensive corrections will need justification.
Typeset material can also be produced by furnishing captured data on floppy for conversion to typeset pages.
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