Synonyms and related words:
albertype, artist lithography, book printing, chromotypography, chromotypy, chromoxylography, collotype, color printing, coloration, coloring, dyeing, electronography, electrostatic printing, emblazonry, graphic arts, gravure, halftone engraving, history of printing, illumination, job printing, letterpress, letterpress photoengraving, line engraving, lithogravure, lithophotogravure, mimeograph, offset, offset lithography, onset, palaeotypography, photo-offset, photochemical process, photoengraving, photogelatin process, photographic reproduction, photography, photolithography, phototypography, phototypy, photozincography, pigmentation, planographic printing, planography, printing, printmaking, publication, publishing, relief printing, rotary photogravure, rotogravure, sheetwork, staining, stencil, three-color printing, tinction, tinging, tinting, two-color printing, typography, typolithography, wood-block printing, xerography, xeroprinting, xylotypography, zincography

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  • Lithography — Li*thog ra*phy, n. [Cf. F. lithographie.] 1. The art or process of putting designs or writing, with a greasy material, on stone, and of producing printed impressions therefrom. The process depends, in the main, upon the antipathy between grease… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lithography — UK US /ˌlɪˈθɒɡrəfi/ noun [U] (also litho) ► a method of printing using a stone or metal block on which an image has been drawn with a substance that attracts ink: »We provide our customers with a complete solution to their advanced lithography… …   Financial and business terms

  • lithography — 1813, from Ger. Lithographie (c.1804), coined from Gk. lithos stone + graphein to write (see GRAPHY (Cf. graphy)). The original printing surfaces were of stone. Process invented 1796 by Alois Senefelder of Munich (1771 1833). Hence, lithograph a… …   Etymology dictionary

  • lithography —  Lithography  Литография   Процесс, относящийся к плоской печати, при которой печатающие и пробельные элементы печатной формы расположены на одном уровне и обладают способностью избирательного смачивания краской и отталкивания ее. Литография… …   Толковый англо-русский словарь по нанотехнологии. - М.

  • lithography — ► NOUN ▪ the process of printing from a flat metal, formerly stone, surface treated so as to repel the ink except where it is required for printing. DERIVATIVES lithographer noun. ORIGIN from Greek lithos stone …   English terms dictionary

  • lithography — [li thäg′rə fē] n. [ LITHO + GRAPHY] the art or process of printing from a flat stone or metal plate by a method based on the repulsion between grease and water: the design is put on the surface with a greasy material, and then water and printing …   English World dictionary

  • Lithography — Charles Marion Russell s The Custer Fight (1903). Note the range of tones, fading toward the edges …   Wikipedia

  • lithography — lithographic /lith euh graf ik/, lithographical, adj. lithographically, adv. /li thog reuh fee/, n. 1. the art or process of producing a picture, writing, or the like, on a flat, specially prepared stone, with some greasy or oily substance, and… …   Universalium

  • lithography — [[t]lɪθɒ̱grəfi[/t]] N UNCOUNT Lithography is a method of printing in which a piece of stone or metal is specially treated so that ink sticks to some parts of it and not to others. Derived words: lithographic ADJ ADJ n The book s 85 colour… …   English dictionary

  • lithography — litografija statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. lithography; lithographic process vok. Lithografie, f rus. литография, f pranc. lithographie, f …   Radioelektronikos terminų žodynas

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