From Latin printed, Print is the print action and effect (mark letters and other graphic characters in a paper or other matter, stamp a stamp, fix an idea or feeling in the mood, introduce something strongly into something else, give a characteristic to something).
The concept is used to name the process consisting of the production of texts and images . For this, ink is usually applied on a paper using a printer or one press . For example: "I have the speech ready, I will send it to print", "The output of the book was delayed by a problem in printing", "We are going to bet on color printing in the next catalog".
Industrial or large-scale printing is carried out in the printers , which allow the reproduction of texts and figures through types with ink that are transferred to the paper by pressure.
In recent decades, the popularity of printed material has declined considerably, due to the rise of information technology and publications through Internet. While the infrastructure necessary to manufacture and maintain computers and networks collaborates with environmental pollution in an undeniable way, the computerization of newspapers, books and magazines is favorable as it reduces the cutting down of trees.
The impression is also the signal wave brand that one thing leaves over another by pressure: "The impression of his hands on the fresh cement remained for posterity".
He effect , the sensation wave disturbance that something or someone causes in the mood or in the body get the print name: "The image of the dying idol made a great impression on the population", “The impression generated by the news did not go away with the passing of the days”.
People usually worry about make a good impression on others, and this is achieved in different ways, as dictated by the conventions. Throughout a job interview for an executive position, it is possible to achieve this by trying to convey our sense of responsibility and commitment, as well as certain specific knowledge and skills that are useful for the performance of the work for which we apply.
However, while this formula may work in the workplace, it will probably lead to failure if we use it to make a good impression on a group of unknown people at an informal party; in this case, sympathy and spontaneity are usually the most appropriate choices, since any demonstration of capacity Intellectual can be interpreted as an act of pride.
It is worth mentioning that these examples only respond to certain generalizations, and that due to many efforts we make when it comes to meeting a person, we cannot predict what impression we will make on them. There are companies that value authenticity in their employees, and people who in a bar expect to meet a deep and cerebral being; there is no single way to generate a good opinion in others, and we should always prioritize our feelings and needs over others.
The weight that the society has posed on certain stereotypes strongly conditions the performance of most human beings when it comes to relating to each other. During our upbringing we are taught to look badly at some people, usually without giving explanations, and to admire others, for reasons that also lack support. These preconceptions play a dangerous role in adolescence, especially for those who discover that they belong to the group repudiated by their elders.
Printing, finally, is the opinion or the judgment that arises without justification or logical support: "I don't know, I have the impression that this man doesn't tell everything he knows". In this case, its meaning is similar to that of intuition or hunch.