- a shop where prints or graphics are sold.
- a shop where printing is done.
Origin of print shop
First recorded in 1690–1700
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Examples from the Web for print shop
All had heard of this charming residence; views of it had been seen in every print-shop.One Of Them
Charles James Lever
Caricatures on the subject were to be seen in the window of every print-shop.The Impeachment of The House of Brunswick
The picture at last was finished, and Laura herself accompanied it to the print-shop.Self-control
I was just about to go up to the print-shop to see if I could find you.The Helpers
She stood a long while looking in the window of a print-shop, and at last ventured again.The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
Amanda Minnie Douglas
- a place in which printing is carried out
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