overprint

VERB
  1. print (additional text or colors) onto an already imprinted paper
NOUN
  1. something added by overprinting
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How To Use overprint In A Sentence

  • Despite a significant overprint, the first issue managed to sell out at a distribution-level in less than twelve hours. Image United Sells Out | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • This system worked well until the First World War when many countries overprinted money in relation to their gold reserves in order to meet the extraordinary economic demands at that time.
  • Additional material is overprinted in red.
  • It is well known to Scout stamp collectors that the G.B. set of three stamps for the Jubilee Jamboree were overprinted for use in the territories of Bahrain, Muscat and Qatar. Less known is the fact that overprints were also prepared and sent to Kuwait.
  • The printer of Indian postage stamps prepared an overprint that was to be distributed throughout all of India.
  • Printed documents would be overprinted with an almost invisible pattern of conductive ink that uniquely encodes the x-y location on the document.
  • A small folded advertisement is overprinted with the names of the company's general agents for New York and New Jersey.
  • Wacky overprints, a dull gold finish, colourful rhinestones and lots of feather and fur completed the look.
  • The maps have an overprint highlighting local footpaths.
  • The wine label repeated the same words in a floridly ornate script overprinted on a picture, which Sabine recognised instantly.
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