英 ['lɪθəgrɑːf; 'laɪ-]
- lithograph:  Greek líthos meant ‘stone’. It has contributed a small cluster of words to English, including lithium  (a metal so named from its mineral origin), lithops  (the name of a small pebble-like plant, coined in the 1920s, which means literally ‘stoneface’ in Greek), lithosphere  (the solid outer layer of the Earth), lithotomy  (the surgical removal of stones from the bladder), megalith , monolith , and the various terms for subdivisions of the Stone Age, such as Neolithic  and Paleolithic . Lithography itself, which denotes a method of printing from a flat surface, means etymologically ‘stone-writing’, reflecting the fact that the original printing surfaces in this process were of stone (they are now usually metal).
- lithograph (n.)
- 1828, back-formation from lithography. As a verb, from 1825. Related: Lithographed; lithographer; lithographic.
- 1. Lithograph was introduced from China to Europe.
- 2. A print of a woodcut , lithograph, or other engraved material, especially when reproduced in a book.
- 铅版:木刻, 平版或其它雕刻材料的印模, 尤指在书中复制时的印版.
- 3. The lithography and the manufacture technology are the lithograph most important art performance method.
- 4. Lithography - engraving by expasivity monlchamus in print , on behalf of the surface is a lithograph.
- 平版 型 版画受墨在版材的表面部位, 其代表是石版画.
- 5. It is an new technology to use synchrotron radiation lithograph for making large scale integral circuit.
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