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Print

print (print),USA pronunciation v.t. 
  1. to produce (a text, picture, etc.) by applying inked types, plates, blocks, or the like, to paper or other material either by direct pressure or indirectly by offsetting an image onto an intermediate roller.
  2. to reproduce (a design or pattern) by engraving on a plate or block.
  3. to form a design or pattern upon, as by stamping with an engraved plate or block: to print calico.
  4. to cause (a manuscript, text, etc.) to be published in print.
  5. to write in letters like those commonly used in print: Print your name on these forms.
  6. to produce (data) in legible alphanumeric or graphic form.
  7. to indent or mark by pressing something into or upon (something).
  8. to produce or fix (an indentation, mark, etc.), as by pressure.
  9. to impress on the mind, memory, etc.
  10. to fingerprint.
  11. to apply (a thing) with pressure so as to leave an indentation, mark, etc.: The horses printed their hoofs on the wet grass.
  12. to produce a positive picture from (a negative) by the transmission of light.

v.i. 
  1. to take impressions from type, an engraved plate, etc., as in a press.
  2. to produce by means of a reproduction process: to print in color; to print unevenly.
  3. to make an image by means of ink, chemical action, etc., as type, engraved plates, etc.: This type is too worn to print cleanly.
  4. to write in characters such as are used in print: He'd rather print than use longhand.
  5. to follow the vocation of a printer.
  6. print in, See  burn (def. 36).
  7. print out, to make a printout of.

n. 
  1. the state of being printed.
  2. printed lettering, esp. with reference to character, style, or size: This print is too large for footnotes.
  3. printed material.
  4. a printed publication, as a newspaper or magazine.
  5. newsprint.
  6. a picture, design, or the like, printed from an engraved or otherwise prepared block, plate, etc.
  7. an indentation, mark, etc., made by the pressure of one body or thing on another.
  8. something with which an impression is made;
    a stamp or die.
  9. a fingerprint.
    • a design or pattern on cloth made by dyeing, weaving, or printing with engraved rollers, blocks of wood, stencils, etc.
    • a cloth so treated.
    • an article of apparel made of this cloth.
  10. something that has been subjected to impression, as a pat of butter.
  11. a picture, esp. a positive made from a negative.
  12. any reproduced image, as a blueprint.
  13. [Motion Pictures, Television.]a positive copy of a completed film or filmed program ready for showing;
    release print.
  14. in print: 
    • in printed form;
      published.
    • (of a book or the like) still available for purchase from the publisher.
  15. out of print, (of a book or the like) no longer available for purchase from the publisher.

adj. 
  1. of, for, or comprising newspapers and magazines: print media.

Frequency

fre•quen•cy (frēkwən sē),USA pronunciation n., pl.  -cies. 
  1. Also,  frequence. the state or fact of being frequent;
    frequent occurrence: We are alarmed by the frequency of fires in the neighborhood.
  2. rate of occurrence: The doctor has increased the frequency of his visits.
    • the number of periods or regularly occurring events of any given kind in unit of time, usually in one second.
    • the number of cycles or completed alternations per unit time of a wave or oscillation. Symbol: F;
      Abbr.: freq.
  3. the number of times a value recurs in a unit change of the independent variable of a given function.
  4. the number of items occurring in a given category. Cf. relative frequency.

Relative

rel•a•tive (relə tiv),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. a person who is connected with another or others by blood or marriage.
  2. something having, or standing in, some relation to something else.
  3. something dependent upon external conditions for its specific nature, size, etc. (opposed to absolute).
  4. a relative pronoun, adjective, or adverb.

adj. 
  1. considered in relation to something else;
    comparative: the relative merits of democracy and monarchy.
  2. existing or having its specific nature only by relation to something else;
    not absolute or independent: Happiness is relative.
  3. having relation or connection.
  4. having reference or regard;
    relevant;
    pertinent (usually fol. by to): to determine the facts relative to an accident.
  5. correspondent;
    proportionate: Value is relative to demand.
  6. (of a term, name, etc.) depending for significance upon something else: "Better'' is a relative term.
    • noting or pertaining to a word that introduces a subordinate clause of which it is, or is a part of, the subject or predicate and that refers to an expressed or implied element of the principal clause (the antecedent), as the relative pronoun who in He's the man who saw you or the relative adverb where in This is the house where she was born.
    • noting or pertaining to a relative clause.

Frequency

fre•quen•cy (frēkwən sē),USA pronunciation n., pl.  -cies. 
  1. Also,  frequence. the state or fact of being frequent;
    frequent occurrence: We are alarmed by the frequency of fires in the neighborhood.
  2. rate of occurrence: The doctor has increased the frequency of his visits.
    • the number of periods or regularly occurring events of any given kind in unit of time, usually in one second.
    • the number of cycles or completed alternations per unit time of a wave or oscillation. Symbol: F;
      Abbr.: freq.
  3. the number of times a value recurs in a unit change of the independent variable of a given function.
  4. the number of items occurring in a given category. Cf. relative frequency.

Definition

def•i•ni•tion (def′ə nishən),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. the act of defining or making definite, distinct, or clear.
  2. the formal statement of the meaning or significance of a word, phrase, etc.
  3. the condition of being definite, distinct, or clearly outlined.
  4. sharpness of the image formed by an optical system.
  5. the accuracy of sound or picture reproduction.
def′i•nition•al, adj. 
def′i•nition•al•ly, adv. 

Examples

ex•am•ple (ig zampəl, -zäm-),USA pronunciation n., v.,  -pled, -pling. 
n. 
  1. one of a number of things, or a part of something, taken to show the character of the whole: This painting is an example of his early work.
  2. a pattern or model, as of something to be imitated or avoided: to set a good example.
  3. an instance serving for illustration;
    specimen: The case histories gave carefully detailed examples of this disease.
  4. an instance illustrating a rule or method, as a mathematical problem proposed for solution.
  5. an instance, esp. of punishment, serving as a warning to others: Public executions were meant to be examples to the populace.
  6. a precedent;
    parallel case: an action without example.

v.t. 
  1. [Rare.]to give or be an example of;
    exemplify (used in the passive).

Worksheet

work sheet′,
  1. a sheet of paper on which work schedules, working time, special instructions, etc., are recorded.
  2. a piece or scrap of paper on which problems, ideas, or the like, are set down in tentative form.
  3. Also,  worksheet′. [Accountableing.]a sheet of paper on which is printed a series of columns and into which tentative figures are entered as a preliminary step in preparing the adjusted or final statement.

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