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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprinterprint‧er /ˈprɪntə $ -ər/ ●●● S3 W3 noun [countable]  1 TDa machine which is connected to a computer and can make a printed record of computer information a laser printer a colour printer2 BOTCNsomeone who is employed in the trade of printing
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printerIncreased exports of banknotes should have helped printer De La Rue boost half way figures, up by a third to £41m.As a result, inkjets were merely an interesting alternative to high-priced laser printers or the older dot-matrix printers.The future of high-quality printing in businesses belongs to laser printers.They are, in effect, extremely fast dot matrix printers.The top cover of the printer lifts up and the twin head carriers automatically slide into view.To print a schedule for any number of days, just click on the printer icon.We were having a rough time just trying to pay the printer.This macro resets the printer for continuous paper. 20.
From Longman Business Dictionaryprinterprint‧er /ˈprɪntə-ər/ noun [countable]1OFFICEa machine connected to a computer, used for printing documentshigh demand forcolour printers bubblejet printer dot-matrix printer inkjet printer laser printer2a company which prints books, newspapers etc, or the person running such a companyThe world’s largestcommercial printerShe found a printer in Iowa who was willing to print her next book. security printer
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