[let-er-pres] /ˈlɛt ərˌprɛs/
the process of printing from or type in relief, rather than from intaglio plates or planographically.
matter printed in such a manner.
Chiefly British. printed text or reading matter, as distinguished from illustrations.
The circular should be printed letterpress, not offset.
set in letterpress:
text matter as distinct from illustrations
[let-er-kwol-i-tee] /ˈlɛt ərˌkwɒl ɪ ti/ adjective 1. (of computer printers and their output) pertaining to an appearance equal in legibility and resolution to copy typed on an electric typewriter: A letter-quality printer produces sharper copy than a dot-matrix model.
- Letter-quality printing
noun 1. (computing) high-quality output in printed form from a printer linked to a word processor Compare draft-quality printing
noun 1. a written ruling sent by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in response to a query concerning the application of the tax laws to a specific situation.
[let-er-set] /ˈlɛt ərˌsɛt/ noun 1. a process of printing that transfers the image from a letterpress-type relief plate to a roller or blanket from which it is offset. /ˈlɛtəˌsɛt/ noun 1. a method of rotary printing in which ink is transferred from raised surfaces to paper via a rubber-covered cylinder