typo

[tahy-poh]
noun, plural typos. Informal.

Origin:
1890–95; shortened form; see -o

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typo (ˈtaɪpəʊ)
 
n , pl -pos
informal Also called (Brit): literal a typographical error

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Word Origin & History

typo
1816, short for typographer; 1892 as short for typographical error (see typography).
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
typo
typographical [error]
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Example sentences
More typos are popping up in books as the editing timeline is tightened.
If you let us know about specific typos, we'll fix them.
Human errors will occur, causing occasional typos in magazines and occasional
  disasters at nuclear facilities.
The copy has typos, grammatical errors, and mismatched font treatments.
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