noun, plural ty·pos. Informal.
Origin of typo
Definition for typo (2 of 3)
Definition for typo (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for typo
One has to read Donoghue a few times to fill in the blanks, and there are many blanks; is “Pet” perhaps a typo for “Peter”?
Making matters worse, half of the 23 wards where the typo was made are majority African-American.
Page 6: 'toughtest' may be correct (poetic licence), or a typo for 'toughest'.
Page 309: The phrase 'ground through self-feeding' is a typo for 'ground through self-seeding'.Clovers and How to Grow Them|Thomas Shaw
Nekhludoff was kept in the following sentence to match the original, and because it wasn't a simple printer's typo.The Awakening|Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
When the creature lay still he commanded one of his typo for followers to take it up.The Forgotten Planet|Murray Leinster
Page 377: there is a typo in regard to the annual interest paid as stated in the original.Western Scenes and Reminiscences|Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
British Dictionary definitions for typo (1 of 2)
noun plural -pos
British Dictionary definitions for typo (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for typo
1816, short for typographer; 1892 as short for typographical error (see typography).