Definition of dry offset
: offset printing in which the inked impression from letterpress or relief is etched on a thin metal surface, then printed on an intermediate rubber surface (as a blanket), and then offset onto the paper
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Origin and Etymology of dry offset
so called from the fact that no water is used
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