English version

go to press

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo to pressgo to pressTCNif a newspaper, magazine, or book goes to press, it begins to be printed All information was correct at the time we went to press. press
Examples from the Corpus
go to pressEd - Sorry the photos were not available at time of going to press due to Christmas printing deadlines.Prices correct at time of going to press.Although correct at the time of going to press, the programme is subject to amendment.The only way he could improve its impact was to wait for exactly the right moment to go to press.The May issue was ready to go to press when the magazine closed down.At the time this book was going to press, I had not yet been able to undertake further investigations.However, as we went to press they were still sorting out what stays and what goes.As we went to press more than 200,000 copies had already been sold.
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