One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Wrong or imperfect registration or alignment; (Printing) the inaccurate positioning of printed matter on a sheet, especially the misalignment of two or more colours in relation to each other.
with object To cause to have an incorrect register; to register wrongly or imperfectly. Usually in pass.
1930s; earliest use found in National Lithographer. From mis- + register<br>1920s; earliest use found in The Indianapolis Star. From mis- + register.
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