[flek-sog-ra-fee] /flɛkˈsɒg ræ fi/

noun, Printing.
a relief printing technique similar to letterpress that employs rubber or soft plastic plates, a simple inking system, and fast-drying inks.
a method of rotary letterpress printing using a resilient printing plate and solvent-based ink: used characteristically for printing on metal foil or plastic
matter printed by this method


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