Definition of typewriting in English:



See typewriter

‘Non-design folk have grown accustomed to the default 12’ text of word processing; typewriting as opposed to typesetting.’
  • ‘At the time, typewriting was a new concept and the machine cost $125.’
  • ‘In an effort to make the increasingly mechanized work of the office more attractive to women - and more compatible with Victorian ideals of femininity - typewriting was compared with playing the piano.’
  • ‘The lengthy intermediate steps from handwriting or even typewriting to the most readable text have now disappeared inside microsecond - long electronic processes.’
  • ‘With the joint effort of Kovai Women's Polytechnic and Samudhaya Polytechnic the prisoners are also coached in tailoring, typewriting, computer and electrical wiring.’



/ˈtīpˌrīdiNG/ /ˈtaɪpˌraɪdɪŋ/