photo-offset

[foh-toh-awf-set, -of-]
noun
  1. a method of printing, based on photolithography, in which the inked image is transferred from the metal plate to a rubber surface and then to the paper.
verb (used with or without object), pho·to-off·set, pho·to-off·set·ting.
  1. to print by photo-offset.

Origin of photo-offset

First recorded in 1925–30
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British Dictionary definitions for photo-offset

photo-offset

noun
  1. printing an offset process in which the plates are produced photomechanically
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