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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_117_cfontfont /fɒnt $ fɑːnt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 technicalTCN a set of letters of a particular size and style, used for printing books, newspapers etc or on a computer screen2 RRCa large stone container in a church, that holds the water used for the ceremony of baptism
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fontAthelstan waited near the baptismal font.However, by changing the default fonts themselves, you can combine fonts and create a number of effects.Once again, however, this really only works if both systems use the same font suitcases.Say font 3 is enlarged characters and font 4 is italics.Two dozen screen fonts are also supplied.Just remember to return the font to normal at the point where you want the other font to stop.This book shows that he was the font of those beliefs.This switches back to font 1. 5.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfontfont /fɒntfɑːnt/ noun [countable] a set of printed letters of a particular design, used to refer to letters in a magazine, book etcChoose the font style from the list in the dialog box.
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