American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A reproduction of or an excerpt from an article that was originally contained in a larger publication.
- v. To reproduce or reprint (an article or excerpt).
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A reprint of a separate article contained in a periodical or other publication. See the quotations.
- To print off; print separately (an article or paper which is first printed as part of a periodical or other miscellany). Compare deprint, v.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To reprint (as an excerpt).
- n. A reprint or excerpt.
- n. a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
“Wildflower haven (County life [offprint]) by Anita Jo Dunn”
“An offprint of the Czech translation of Tale of the Golden”
“And in a box in my study, about two dozen offprint copies of my article in Anglo-Saxon England sit undisturbed, and un-asked for. posted by Dr. Richard Scott Nokes at 1: 38 PM”
“So I always have to remind myself of this when I get into the kind of situation you're describing: "Remember, most people will be pleased to get an offprint and won't think you're a pushy git.”
“If you could provide me the citation to the article, which I read in an offprint, I'd gladly appreciate it.”
“In any event, the well-soothed editor concedes that he never asked for–and was never given–any copy of the “original” work, either in book or offprint form.”
“I caught up with Jase an hour later in the executive lunchroom, where he sat at a small table pretending to read an offprint from Astrophysics Review.”
“As the paper is in English, the lead author JHA Bosch can send you an offprint if you ask him. jae”
“It was a bookstore edition, in hard covers, not a computer offprint.”
“An offprint of pp. ixxix-xci from Tome II of the Annuaire, q.v. supra.”
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