bleed-through

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bleed-through (countable and uncountable, plural bleed-throughs)

  1. The seepage of ink from one side of a printed page to the other.
  2. The discolouration of a wood veneer due to seepage of glue.
  3. A weak imprint of magnetic information transferred to adjacent layers of audiotape, resulting in an unwanted echo.
    Synonym: print-through

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