n.a print made by an impression of the ridges in the skin of a finger
○ often used for biometric identification in criminal investigations
n.a generic term for any identifying characteristic
○ that tax bill had the senator's fingerprints all over it
v.take an impression of a person's fingerprints
The invisible fingerprint that's used on labels and packaging to sort out genuine products from counterfeits(bGene G.Marcial)
The invisible fingerprint that's used on labels and packaging to sort out genuine products from counterfeits(Gene G.Marcial)
A fingerprint that is not apparent to the eye but can be made sufficiently visible,AS by dusting or fuming,for use in identification.
They find His fingerprint on the murder weapon.
The Certificate Fingerprint can be used to verify that this Authority is who They say they are.
The author's fingerprint is quite obvious in all of his works.
To do this, compare the Fingerprint against the Fingerprint published by this authority in other places.
The aircraft has equipment to fingerprint enemy planes.
The police have only one fingerprint to hang onto
The police have only one fingerprint to hang onto.