printer

suomi-englanti sanakirja

printer englannista suomeksi

  1. tulostin, painokone

  2. painaja

  3. printteri, kirjoitin

  1. Substantiivi

  2. painaja, vedostaja, tulostaja

  3. painaja

  4. tulostin, printteri

printer englanniksi

  1. One who makes prints.

  2. (quote-book)|year=1922|oclc=6013156|title2=A Guide to Japanese Prints and Their Subject Matter|location2=New York, N.Y.|publisher2=(w)|year2=1979|page2=8|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=V1GT9NI8oFcC&pg=PA8|isbn2=978-0-486-23809-8|passage=Old Japanese colour-prints are printed on a sheet of mulberry-bark paper, and are the product of three different craftsmen: the artist who drew the original design, the block-maker or engraver who transferred the design to the wood, and the printer.

  3. The operator of a press, or the owner of a printing business.

  4. (quote-book), printer to the kynges highnes|date=2 July 1545|section=colophon|sectionurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=_WhGAQAAMAAJ&pg=PP73|oclc=932899924|passage=IMPRINTED at London in Fleteſtrete by Thomas Berthelet, printer to the kynges highnes, the ſeconde of July, the yere of our lorde. M. DXLV. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum ſolum.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. (quote-book), London|year=1824|volume=I|pages=4–5|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=hSEWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA4|oclc=825216509|passage=(..) Pecuniary motives induced the first printers (from the large sums which were usually paid for manuscripts) to sell their works as such; so that printing was, for a period, as much the ''counterfeit'' as the ''substitute'' for writing, it being a ''facsimile'' of the most approved Scribes.

  7. (quote-journal)

  8. A device, usually attached to a computer, used to print text or images onto paper; an analogous device capable of producing three-dimensional objects.

  9. (quote-journal), and 85, (w), E.C.|date=24 February 1872|volume=XCVI|page=172|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=foc8D0IfKRQC&pg=PA172|column=1|oclc=441194743|passage=The use of the Hughes type printer is extending on the main circuits, where speed of transmission is a great object; but it is highly improbable that it will ever be adopted, except on main circuits.

  10. (quote-journal)|year=1924|volume=17|issue=1|page=36|column=1|issn=0096-2295|oclc=924600413|passage=For long distance messages, reports, etc., the use of the printer telegraph renders a highly satisfactory and efficient service, especially where the line circuits are derived through a composite or phantom circuit without the exclusive use of wires for this circuit. The Union Pacific recently installed a two-channel multiplex automatic printer on a simplexed circuit, thereby eliminating the necessity for at least one additional overland wire, and also speeding up the service and reducing the cost for each message.

  11. (quote-us-patent)

  12. (quote-journal)|month=September|year=1959|volume=56|page=103|oclc=1478619|passage=Top-quality prints in minutes, at savings up to 80%, are said to be possible with the Satellite printer. Printer is sold by Eugene Dietzgen Co, Chicago, Ill.

  13. (quote-book)|year=2015|page=5|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=pca2BQAAQBAJ&pg=PA5|isbn=978-1-4777-8602-4|passage=Much like a regular printer can print out a picture or text file, these machines can turn a digital 3-D model into a real, tangible object, and they are becoming more and more widespread. All over the world, makerspaces (places where people can gather, share ideas, learn, and use tools like 3-D printers to let their dreams become reality) are opening the doors.

  14. (hypo); ''see also'' the derived terms below

  15. (l) (gl); photocopier (zh-mw)

  16. A (l) (gloss).

  17. printer (gl)

  18. (syn)