A print of a film intended for exhibition purposes. Not an archival term.
Print made after the "answer print" has been agreed upon. This is the copy of the film that is distributed to theatrical houses for public presentation.
In a motion picture processing laboratory, any of numerous duplicate prints of a subject made for general theater distribution.
The married print which is sent to theaters for showing. Normally, it is not made directly from the original camera negative, but is made from a dupe negative.
A positive print of a finished movie; the final product for distribution.
A release print is the reel of film that is sent to a movie theater for exhibition. Historically, they are copies of dupe negative, which in turn is a copy of a physically cut-together reel of filmstrips. As digital editing, distribution, and projection technology gains adoption, the number of times that a movie's frames are transferred between physical strips of film is decreasing.