Meaning of reprographics in English:


Pronunciation /ˌriːprəˈɡrafɪks/

Translate reprographics into Spanish

plural noun

treated as singular
another term for reprography
‘If you are familiar with print reprographics, you will know that you get much better results if you scan a film transparency than if you scan a ‘flat art’ image.’
  • ‘Research indicates that outsourcing office services such as reprographics, reception and mailroom are worth more than 526m a year in Scotland and northern England alone.’
  • ‘She said: ‘In New York somewhere in the order of 35 of the top 45 law firms outsource one or all of their office support functions such as mailroom operations or reprographics and publishing.’’
  • ‘At the same time, designers and builders will become better consumers of the services they need: consultants, reprographics, equipment rentals.’
  • ‘‘Modernisation’ of reprographics with resulting job losses is a recipe for chaos in reading rooms plus potential damage to irreplaceable stock.’