reprint[ verb ree-print; noun ree-print ]SEE DEFINITION OF reprint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPRINT
Would it not be a good idea to publish a reprint at least once a year?
A reprint of the passages in Holinshed's Chronicles which Shakespeare used.
That the reprint must be wholly manufactured in the United States.
Perhaps, strictly speaking, I should say a reprint, and not an edition.
This edition is a reprint of the first in response to a continuous demand for the book.
A Harrisburg reprint of 1888 (100 copies to subscribers) is also quite rare.
Thanks are due to the editors of these periodicals for permission to reprint.
The author has to thank the Editors and Publishers for permission to reprint these papers.
I am much obliged to you for the reprint of your report you kindly sent me.
The quotations are taken from the 1910 reprint, London, Fifield.