Print out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To print out something (or print something out) is to produce a printed copy of something from a computer.

Examples of use:

1. I don’t have any photos of our holiday in Thailand – can you print some out for me?

2. I’ve run out of printer ink and I need to print out my English homework!

3. I must buy some printer paper so that I can print out my lesson plan for tonight’s English lesson.

4. Can you print out five copies of the new contract for me, please?

print out
present simple
print out and prints out
-ing form
printing out
past simple
printed out
past participle
printed out

Write a sentence using this phrasal verb. What have you printed out recently?

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