utfallende

English translation: bleed

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Norwegian term or phrase:utfallende
English translation:bleed

07:34 May 6, 2003
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Printing & Publishing / Printing
Norwegian term or phrase: utfallende
Term for describing that a print is larger than the size of the page it is printed on
Tom Cyril Jones
bled off; to bleed
Explanation:
the image is bled off the page;
Collins dictionary, to bleed: to trim the edges of the printed sheet so closely as to cut off some of the printed matter.

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Eivind Lilleskjaeret
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5 +2bled off; to bleed
Eivind Lilleskjaeret


  

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bled off; to bleed


Explanation:
the image is bled off the page;
Collins dictionary, to bleed: to trim the edges of the printed sheet so closely as to cut off some of the printed matter.

See links to explanations in Norwegian and English below.


    Reference: http://www.mercuriustags.com/tags/customtags.ihtml
    Reference: http://www.sterling-press.com/glossary.html
Eivind Lilleskjaeret
Local time: 22:39
Native speaker of: Native in NorwegianNorwegian
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