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e•lec•tro•type



Pronunciation: (i-lek'tru-tīp"), [key]
n., v., -typed, -typ•ing.


n.
1. a facsimile, for use in printing, of a block of type, an engraving, or the like, consisting of a thin copper or nickel shell deposited by electrolytic action in a wax, lead, or plastic mold of the original and backed with lead alloy.
2. electrotypy.

v.t.
to make an electrotype of.

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