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Definition of "prepress" [prepress]

  • Before going to press. (adjective)

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Use "prepress" in a sentence
  • "The Bay of Plenty company has partnered with Hong Kong's Compose Systems (best known as a prepress production house for publishers) to create both simplified and traditional Chinese character versions of its search engine, which it bills as "taking the browsing out of browsing""
  • "Mr. Shields, 54, lives in Bellevue, Wash., and was laid off as a prepress technician by AllpakTrojan in February 2009."
  • "In his prepress conference meeting, Eisenhower said that he could not continue to publicly ignore the “seriousness of the situation.”"