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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ An important function of the private presses has been to reprint rare works of historical and literary importance.
▪ Gollancz confirms that they are reprinting 20,000 copies with the deletions.
▪ I am pleased to have the opportunity of reprinting the material from the original booklet here.
▪ It was too late to reprint the ballots, so the Machine organized a write-in campaign for Daley.
▪ So a major hobby publication like Sports Cards can devote a page to reprint cards without fear of starting a firestorm.
▪ When the booklets were finally sold out, I did not reprint them.
▪ A major New York paperback publisher considered a reprint, Hutchinson said, but company honchos later changed their minds.
▪ Book publishing had soared to more than 55,000 new titles and reprints.
▪ Craig says that 15-20% of reprints will be used.
▪ I have mentioned only a few established C format titles, no reprints of television or film tie-ins, and no annuals.
▪ Individual reprints may be ordered from these catalogs.
▪ It was a bitter blow when the trustees preferred the reprint.
▪ The books in this collection are a genuine value, not cheap reprints.
▪ The menu includes a reprint of a Damon Runyon column.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Reprint \Re*print"\ (r?-pr?nt"), v. t.

  1. To print again; to print a second or a new edition of.

  2. To renew the impression of.

    The whole business of our redemption is . . . to reprint God's image upon the soul.


Reprint \Re"print`\ (r?"pr?nt`), n. A second or a new impression or edition of any printed work; specifically, the publication in one country of a work previously published in another.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1550s, from re- "back, again" + print (v.). Related: Reprinted; reprinting.


1610s, from reprint (v.).


n. A book, pamphlet or other printed matter that has been published once before but is now being released again. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To print (something) that has been published in print before. 2 (context transitive English) To renew the impression of.

  1. n. a publication (such as a book) that is reprinted without changes or editing and offered again for sale [syn: reissue, reprinting]

  2. a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication [syn: offprint, separate]

  3. v. print anew; "They never reprinted the famous treatise" [syn: reissue]


A reprint is a re- publishing of material that has already been previously published. The word reprint is used in many fields.

RePRINT (album)

RePRINT is the third studio album recorded by Amber Smith. The album was released on 10 March 2006 by the German Kalinkaland Records. The album was recorded at Akustair Studio and Fenn-Ti Studio from 2004 to 2005. The sound engineers were Levente Borsay and Jácint Jilling and it was mastered at Akustair Studio and mixed by Robin Guthrie, from the legendary Cocteau Twins. The song from this album, Hello Sun, brought international success for the band.

On 1 September 2005, the first single, Hello Sun, was released including three other songs, Sea Eyes, Pete and Julie and rePRINT.

Usage examples of "reprint".

Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, probably the best reprint anthology of the decade so far, and one of the best to come out in the last ten years as well.

Reprints and anthology appearances of his stories have mounted into the hundreds and the presentations of his stories on radio and television is rapidly approaching the 100 mark.

Sometimes at the end of a day, when the sun was breaking sideways through gaps in the clouds out to sea, shining weakly in the tinted windows and illuminating their faces as they sat around two desks covered by reprints and offprints, they would talk over the issues involved, and compare their most recent results, and try to make sense of the problem.

This pasticcio was reprinted by little treadmill magazines and trade journals all over the country, and from these lifted as a filler by some hundreds of newspapers.

Fragments of Berossus, from Alexander Polyhistor, reprinted as Appendix 2 in Robert K.

Glen Hirshberg, Nathan Ballingrud, David Prill, Lucius Shepard, Terry Bisson, Paul McAuley, Paul Di Filippo and Howard Waldrop, plus reprint fiction from Frank Belknap Long, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Charles L.

Obsessed with the attempt to see how far back in my childhood I can remember, I have taken out these internally filed photographs, redeveloped and reprinted them, cropped them a little differently, made them matt or gloss, black-and-white or colour, enlarged them to fit a new frame just as much as Bergman has transformed his for public viewing.

From that time on, there came a stream of reprints and reissues of his earlier work, as well as a constant flow of new stories and novels.

Originally reprinted by Ghost Story Press in 1994, David Tibet and GSP also reissued L.

April 7, 1931 Revised, replated and reprinted December, 1935 Reset, replated and reprinted .

Artfully grimed windows kept out most of the sun and inside the walls were decorated with reprinted Unsettlement photography and Quellist epigrams in workmanlike little frames.

Copyright Waris Dirie 1998 Traditional Somali poem on page v reprinted from Daughters of Africa, edited by Margaret Busby.

We thank the following journals for permission to reprint sections of our published articles: American Journal of Psychiatry, Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.

The majority of these titles are reprints from science-fiction magazines and clothbound books, and they run the gamut of the range and history of the literature.

In the same paper certain promotions and distinctions on account of the recent Mahsud campaign were reprinted from the Gazette.