Definition of silk–screen process
: a stencil process in which coloring matter (such as ink, paint, or dye) is forced with a squeegee onto the material to be printed through the meshes of a silk or organdy screen so prepared (as by blocking out with tusche and glue) as to have previous printing areas and impervious nonprinting areas — compare serigraphy
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