Definition of cliché-verre in US English:

cliché-verre

(also cliche-verre)

noun

  • A print produced using a handmade negative instead of a negative created with a camera; such prints collectively.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Print Collector's Quarterly. From French cliché verre from cliché photographic negative + verre glass.

Pronunciation

cliché-verre

/ˌkliːʃeɪˈvɛː/