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There were huge paw prints right outside our tent.
See that hand print in the mud?
The print is too small to read.
Many of her novels are available in large print.
All the figures that have changed are shown in bold print.
There were only a few prints of this made by the artist.
a potato print
Those old black and white prints are much more sensitive to light.
This is the British English definition of print. View American English definition of print.
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