Idioms for print

    in print,
    1. in printed form; published.
    2. (of a book or the like) still available for purchase from the publisher.
    out of print, (of a book or the like) no longer available for purchase from the publisher.

Origin of print

1250–1300; (noun) Middle English prent(e), print(e), prient(e) < Old French priente impression, print, noun use of feminine past participle of preindre to press1 < Latin premere; (v.) Middle English prenten, derivative of the noun

OTHER WORDS FROM print

un·print·ed, adjectivewell-print·ed, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH print

prince prints

Definition for burn in (2 of 2)

Origin of burn

1
before 900; Middle English bernen, brennen, Old English beornan (intransitive), (cognate with Gothic, Old High German brinnan), and Old English bærnan (transitive), (cognate with Gothic brannjan, Old High German brennen)

SYNONYMS FOR burn

OTHER WORDS FROM burn

synonym study for burn

16. Burn, scorch, sear, singe refer to the effect of fire or heat. To burn is to consume, wholly or in part, by contact with fire or excessive heat: to burn leaves. Scorch implies superficial or slight burning, resulting in a change of color or in injury to the texture because of shriveling or curling: to scorch a dress while ironing. Sear refers especially to the drying or hardening caused by heat: to sear a roast of meat. Singe applies especially to a superficial burning that takes off ends or projections: to singe hair; singe the pinfeathers from a chicken.
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British Dictionary definitions for burn in (1 of 4)

burn in

verb

(tr, adverb) to darken (areas on a photographic print) by exposing them to light while masking other regions

British Dictionary definitions for burn in (2 of 4)

print
/ (prɪnt) /

verb

noun

See also print out

Word Origin for print

C13 priente, from Old French: something printed, from preindre to make an impression, from Latin premere to press

British Dictionary definitions for burn in (3 of 4)

burn1
/ (bɜːn) /

verb burns, burning, burnt or burned

noun

Word Origin for burn

Old English beornan (intr), bærnan (tr); related to Old Norse brenna (tr or intr), Gothic brinnan (intr), Latin fervēre to boil, seethe

British Dictionary definitions for burn in (4 of 4)

burn2
/ (bɜːn, Scottish bʌrn) /

noun

Scot and Northern English a small stream; brook

Word Origin for burn

Old English burna; related to Old Norse brunnr spring, Old High German brunno, Lithuanian briáutis to burst forth
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Medical definitions for burn in

burn
[ bûrn ]

v.

n.

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Scientific definitions for burn in

burn
[ bûrn ]

Verb

To be on fire; undergo combustion. A substance burns if it is heated up enough to react chemically with oxygen.
To cause a burn to a bodily tissue.

Noun

Tissue injury caused by fire, heat, radiation (such as sun exposure), electricity, or a caustic chemical agent. Burns are classified according to the degree of tissue damage, which can include redness, blisters, skin edema and loss of sensation. Bacterial infection is a serious and sometimes fatal complication of severe burns.
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Idioms and Phrases with burn in (1 of 2)

burn

Idioms and Phrases with burn in (2 of 2)

print

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