lithograph

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English[edit]

Eugène Delacroix, The Death of Ophelia, 1843, lithograph.

Etymology[edit]

Back-formation from lithography, litho- (stone) +‎ -graph (that writes).

Noun[edit]

lithograph (plural lithographs)

  1. A printed image produced by lithography.
    • 2014, Ian McEwan, The Children Act, Penguin Random House (2018), page 1:
      To one side, by a tall window, a tiny Renoir lithograph of a bather.

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Verb[edit]

lithograph (third-person singular simple present lithographs, present participle lithographing, simple past and past participle lithographed)

  1. To create a copy of an image through lithography.

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