Utfallande

English translation: bleed

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Swedish term or phrase:Utfallande
English translation:bleed
Entered by: Plamen Nenchev

22:37 Jan 20, 2010
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Printing & Publishing / Printing
Swedish term or phrase: Utfallande
Bilden ska vara utfallande i det konvexa området.

This should (I believe) be a situation where the picture runs until the very edge of the page and there are no margins. Any proper term?
Plamen Nenchev
Bulgaria
Local time: 21:47
bleed
Explanation:
What you're describing almost sounds like the "bleed" - except that the bleed goes a bit over the edge of the paper to allow for accurate cutting. Does that help you at all?

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Note added at 16 hrs (2010-01-21 15:12:46 GMT)
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In the printing world I don't think it exists as a verb/adjective - except as a result of paper cuts :-). Why don't you retain it as a noun and rephrase: e.g. "The image (or illustration/picture) bleed must be inside the convex area/space". Good luck!
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Christian Schoenberg
United States
Local time: 15:47
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thanks, this is it:-)
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bleed


Explanation:
What you're describing almost sounds like the "bleed" - except that the bleed goes a bit over the edge of the paper to allow for accurate cutting. Does that help you at all?

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Note added at 16 hrs (2010-01-21 15:12:46 GMT)
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In the printing world I don't think it exists as a verb/adjective - except as a result of paper cuts :-). Why don't you retain it as a noun and rephrase: e.g. "The image (or illustration/picture) bleed must be inside the convex area/space". Good luck!

Christian Schoenberg
United States
Local time: 15:47
Native speaker of: Native in DanishDanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
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thanks, this is it:-)
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