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    Vocabulary

    I printed a paper but it was dark since the cartridge was almot empty. You could barely see what was written on the paper. whcih adjective should i use to describe such paper? (dim, blurry, dark???)

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    Re: Vocabulary

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniellll View Post
    I printed a paper but it was dark since the cartridge was almot empty. You could barely see what was written on the paper. whcih adjective should i use to describe such paper? (dim, blurry, dark???)
    You generally wouldn't describe the paper. You'd say the ink was faint.
    "Sorry about the ink being so faint. The cartridge was almost empty".
    or "Sorry about the faint printing ..."

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