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reprography

noun re·prog·ra·phy \ri-ˈprä-grə-fē\

Definition of REPROGRAPHY

:  facsimile reproduction (as by photocopying) of graphic matter
re·prog·ra·pher \-grə-fər\ noun
re·pro·graph·ic \ˌrē-prə-ˈgra-fik, ˌre-\ adjective
re·pro·graph·ics \-fiks\ noun plural

Origin of REPROGRAPHY

reproduction + -graphy
First Known Use: 1956

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