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English-Chinese computer dictionary (英汉计算机词汇大词典). 2013.

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  • print-through — /ˈprɪnt θru/ (say print throoh) noun the unwanted transfer of sound from one part of a recording tape to another when the tape is stored on reels and successive layers are in contact with each other …   Australian English dictionary

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