Hard-copy



noun
1.
copy, as computer output printed on paper, that can be read without using a special device (opposed to ).
2.
copy that is finished and ready for the printer.
noun
1.
computer output printed on paper, as contrasted with machine-readable output such as magnetic tape
noun

See soft copy

noun phrase

A printed copy of a computer document; printout: Millie, can you give me a hard copy of that? (1964+)

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