Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Said of an arrangement of pages for presswork by which four copies in quadruplicate can be printed together on the same sheet by the same operation. See two-on.

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Examples

  • "The binmen are being faced with four-on, four-off working and have decided not to undertake those draconian, unsafe working practices.

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