Adjective "xerographic" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/zɪərəˈɡrafɪk//zɛrəˈɡrafɪk/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'What did they do in offices before the xerographic copier?'
  2. 'The same basic printing process is used in both xerographic copiers and laser or LED printers.'

Definitions

1. an electrostatic printing process for copying text or graphics whereby areas on a sheet of paper corresponding to the image areas of the original are sensitized with a charge of static electricity so that, when powdered with a toner carrying an opposite charge, only the charged areas retain the toner, which is then fused to the paper to make it permanent.

More examples(as adjective)

"remainings can be xerographic."

"processes can be xerographic."

"printers can be xerographic."

"mergers can be xerographic."

"machines can be xerographic."

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Origin

(xerography)