What is another word for reprint?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪpɹˈɪnt] (IPA)

Reprint is a word that implies making another copy of something that has already been printed. However, there are many synonyms to express the act of repeating the print of a particular text or image. Some of the synonyms of reprint include reproduction, duplicate, facsimile, photocopy, carbon copy, and clone. Each of these words holds a slightly different meaning, such as reproduction referring to creating another copy with the same quality and accuracy as the original, while photocopy refers to making a copy using a photocopier machine. Therefore, choosing the right synonym of reprint would depend on the context and the objective of the repetition action.

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What are the opposite words for reprint?

Reprint means to reproduce something that has already been published. It is sometimes necessary to find an antonym for this word when discussing the opposite effect. Some possible antonyms for reprint include "original," "unique," or "novel." These words indicate that something is new or different, rather than being a reproduction of something that has already been seen or read. Other possible antonyms include "one-of-a-kind" or "distinctive," which suggest that something is not like anything else. Ultimately, the choice of antonym will depend on the context in which the word is used and the particular meaning that is needed.

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Usage examples for Reprint

And in a letter to George Eliot herself, he wrote in February: You will recollect, when we proposed to reprint, my impression was that the series had not lasted long enough in the magazine to give you a hold on the general public, although long enough to make your literary reputation.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
During the same time the Cumann na mBan, the women's branch of the Irish Volunteers, added to their activities the publication of a "National Series" of pamphlets "Why Ireland is Poor-English Laws and Irish Industries," "Dean Swift on the Situation" and "The Spanish War," a reprint of a pamphlet published in 1790 by Wolfe Tone, urging the Irish Parliament to take into account in the consideration of the threatened war with Spain solely and simply the interests of Ireland, the only interests which it should allow itself to consider.
"The Evolution of Sinn Fein"
Robert Mitchell Henry
Some outspoken historical writers have recorded acts of debauchery perpetrated by them which we should certainly hesitate to reprint.
"The Story of Malta"
Maturin M. Ballou

Famous quotes with Reprint

  • Others, amounting to four novels and a mess of short stories which I did not think worth preserving, I have done my best to eliminate from the record by refusing all requests for permission to reprint them, and I hope I have done a good job of making them hard to unearth.
    Leslie Charteris
  • I don't copy recipes without trying them out. I don't reprint without trying them again.
    Elizabeth David
  • The deal is that you can do it, you don't really owe me anything, but at the end of it, I own the film. Then I can actually go out and reprint or not reprint if it I want.
    Todd McFarlane
  • The do-it-yourself spirit also moved Mark Satin – a young American draft resister living in Canada – to write, design, and even typeset his own book, . The book sold 10,000 copies, which Satin mailed from his basement before he sold reprint rights to a mainstream publisher – to secure, he explained apologetically, more money and wider distribution for his work.
    Mark Satin
  • Apropos of the "The Lifted Veil," I think it will not be judicious to reprint it at present. I care for the idea which it embodies, and which justifies its painfulness. A motto which I wrote on it yesterday perhaps is a sufficient indication of that idea: —
    George Eliot

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