an apparatus used for making projection prints, having a head for holding, illuminating, and projecting a film negative and a bed for holding a sheet of sensitized printing paper.
Origin of enlarger
for an earlier sense; enlarge
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Examples from the Web for enlarger
Historical Examples of enlarger
But in sober truth, Pope, whether as a gardener or as a poet, required no enlarger or improver of his works.
As a guarantee of good faith we are giving samples of our famous Enlarger away to all well-known Puddin'-owners.
He put the microcopy in an enlarger, and carried the enlarged print with him to the conveyer room.
British Dictionary definitions for enlarger
an optical instrument for making enlarged photographic prints in which a negative is brightly illuminated and its enlarged image is focused onto a sheet of sensitized paper
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