Meaning of rotogravure

ro•to•gra•vure

Pronunciation: (rō"tu-gru-vyoor', -grā'vyur), [key]
— n.
  1. a photomechanical process by which pictures, typeset matter, etc., are printed from an intaglio copper cylinder.
  2. a print made by this process.
  3. a section of a newspaper consisting of pages printed by the rotogravure process; magazine section.
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