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Meaning of continuous-form

con•tin•u•ous-form

Pronunciation: (kun-tin'y-us fôrm"), [key]
— adj.
  1. of or pertaining to paper, blank forms, checks, etc., supplied in a folded stack or roll to a device, as a computer printer, generally with perforations between sheets for later separation and often with detachable punched edges used to advance the sheets through the device.
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