from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The preparation of manuscript for printing by the projection of images of type characters on photographic film, which is then used to make printing plates. Also called phototypesetting.
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- n. phototypesetting
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The printing work done by pre-press shops was first disrupted by new photocomposition machines.
The traditional printing business was first disrupted by new photocomposition machines, with lower costs.
The printing work traditionally done by pre-press shops was first weakened by the introduction of photocomposition machines.
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