printing (adj.)Related entries & more
present-participle adjective from print (v.). Printing press "machine for taking impression from an inked surface upon paper" is from 1580s.
printing (n.)Related entries & more
late 14c., "art or process of making impressions or imprints by pressing into a soft surface; writing, written characters;" verbal noun from print (v.). Meaning "total number of copies printed at the same time" is from 1520s.
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despatchRelated entries & more
18c. variant of dispatch (q.v.), apparently the result of an error in the printing of Johnson's dictionary.
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leading (n.1)Related entries & more
"lead work; lead covering or frame of lead," mid-15c., verbal noun from lead (n.1). Printing sense is from 1855.