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print run

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprint runˈprint run noun [countable]  the number of books or magazines that are printed at the same time
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print runThey also had calculated the cost of a print run of 10,000.The day his drawing came out Le Patriote had its highest annual print run.Bloomsbury says that most if its first print run of 15,000 copies has been subscribed.The first print run of 6,000 sold out and a second of 4,000 is moving quickly.an initial print run of 1 million copiesIts print run is not a few thousand - but 54,000!Contemporary Women Artists, a new colour microfiche is now on its second print run.It can cost between 50p and £1.50 to have passports produced, depending on the print run and the complexity.
From Longman Business Dictionaryprint runˈprint run noun [countable]COMMERCE the number of copies of a book, newspaper etc that are printed at any one timePublishers aren’t publishing fewer titles, but they are doing smaller initial print runs (=first ones).
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