Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To produce (a printing-surface) upon a photographed plate by etching with acids. When the printed surface is in relief, for use on the typographic press, the plate so made is known as a photo-engraving or a process plate; when the subject is below the surface, or in intaglio, it is known as photogravure.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To engrave, or make an engraving of, by any photomechanical process involving etching of the plate.
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