stencil

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stencil (plural stencils)

  1. A thin sheet either perforated or with some other technique, with which a pattern may be produced upon a surface
  2. A utensil that contains a perforated sheet through which ink can be forced to create a printed pattern onto a surface.
  3. A typeface looking as if made by the utensil.W:Stencil (typeface)
  4. A two-ply master sheet for use with a mimeograph.

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stencil (third-person singular simple present stencils, present participle (UK) stencilling or (US) stenciling, simple past and past participle (UK) stencilled or (US) stenciled)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To print with a stencil.

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