work–and–turn

adverb (or adjective)

Definition of work–and–turn

  1. :  with all the pages of a signature imposed in one form so that when the sheet is printed, turned over end for end, backed, and cut two complete copies result

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1931

First Known Use of work–and–turn

1931


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