Definition of printout
: a printed record produced automatically (as by a computer)
Examples of printout in a Sentence
She gave me a printout of the directions.
Recent Examples of printout from the Web
The competitors were given files and a printout of a finished PowerPoint program and had 50 minutes to recreate it.
Kaleal keeps a large accordion folder that is filled with notes and diagnostic printouts from every doctor visit on what has been an awful, five-year Crohn's journey.
The account printouts Guitron had collected were filed with the court, as were depositions from many other Wells Fargo employees.
The plot is set in motion when Zoe’s older brother Connor (Mike Faist), a brooding loner, signs Evan’s cast and snatches a printout of a pep talk that Evan, at the behest of his shrink, has written to himself.
Rep. Ramon Perez brought printouts of a Wikipedia article Wednesday to give to House Finance Committee members as part of his testimony in favor of a bill.
But that's not what Perez did this week when distributing printouts of a Wikipedia article.
State Rep. Ramon Perez brought printouts of a Wikipedia article Wednesday to give to House Finance Committee members as part of his testimony in favor of a bill.
Let’s step back in time for a moment and imagine going back to using foldable maps or Web printouts for directions, hailing cabs (or even taking a bus!), and no social tools to share those daily self-portraits.
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First Known Use of printout
PRINTOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of printout for English Language Learners
: a copy of a document produced by a printer
PRINTOUT Defined for Kids
Definition of printout for Students
: a printed copy produced by a computer
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