printer

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English[edit]

A printer (sense 2) in Leipzig, East Germany, inking a roller
A Lexmark X5100 printer (sense 3), which is connected to a computer to print text or images

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print +‎ -er.

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printer (plural printers)

  1. One who makes prints.
  2. The operator of a printing press, or the owner of a printing business.
  3. (computing) A device, usually attached to a computer, used to print text or images onto paper.

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Etymology[edit]

From English printer.

Noun[edit]

printer m (Cyrillic spelling принтер)

  1. printer (machine used to print)

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