Definition of 'page'
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Example sentences containing 'page'
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This is a book you will love from page one. The Sun (2016)Normally a health and safety report has three pages. The Sun (2016)They just smile from the pages of the magazines. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The pages or letters are ripped up and smoked. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's enough to hit the front pages with traffic chaos and schools closures. The Sun (2016)Some highlighted the editorial space lavished upon the big advertisers in the magazine 's glossy pages. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As you turn the pages of this book you can almost hear his distinctive voice, chuckling over the anecdotes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Page one of the story. Times, Sunday Times (2017)A few pages of his book transports me back to the rivers of summer, and away from the gloom of November. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The very fact of their being on front pages often highlights a legal loophole. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Twice on one page has finally spurred me into complaining. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the second edition the front page was changed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is probably no harder exercise for the imagination within the pages of this book. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)Their friends quickly bombarded their pages with messages of congratulations. The Sun (2008)These screens will display a front page with an index. Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)This is going to be a new page in the history of our club team. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The preferred venue for this skirmish is often the pages of literary works. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He regularly talks of matters the front pages dare not touch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The console displays diagnostic information about the web page being displayed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Users were greeted with an error message as pages failed to load during a period of more than three hours. The Sun (2016)Fans can also delve into the 8,000 pages of critical reports and commentary on sources. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Keep your letter short, one page if you can. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Continued from page 1 overseas call charges. Times, Sunday Times (2006)NORWICH will write a new page in their club history books if they avoid defeat today. The Sun (2015)I have been on the front pages of Egyptian magazines. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I don't want to be on the front page of magazines. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They are larger than the original, and the front pages do not carry the obligatory red tax stamp of the 1800s. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Judging by our front page report, his beloved enemy no longer rests in peace: but this is criticism he could do without. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I checked the website and in small print on one page, a service charge of 19.99 was mentioned. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'page'
British English: page /peɪdʒ/ NOUN
A page is a side of one of the pieces of paper in a book, magazine, or newspaper.
Turn to page 4.
- American English: page
- Arabic: صَفْحَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: página
- Chinese: 页
- Croatian: stranica
- Czech: strana knihy
- Danish: side
- Dutch: pagina
- European Spanish: página
- Finnish: sivu
- French: page
- German: Seite Buch
- Greek: σελίδα
- Italian: pagina
- Japanese: ページ
- Korean: 페이지
- Norwegian: side
- Polish: strona książka
- European Portuguese: página
- Romanian: pagină
- Russian: страница
- Spanish: página
- Swedish: sida
- Thai: หน้า
- Turkish: sayfa
- Ukrainian: сторінка
- Vietnamese: trang
British English: page /peɪdʒ/ VERB
If someone is paged, they receive a message over a speaker that someone is trying to contact them.
He was paged repeatedly as the flight was boarding.
- American English: page
- Arabic: ينادي
- Brazilian Portuguese: mandar chamar
- Chinese: 广播找
- Croatian: pozvati
- Czech: vyvolat rozhlasem
- Danish: kalde
- Dutch: oproepen
- European Spanish: llamar por megafonía
- Finnish: kutsua hakulaitteella
- French: appeler
- German: ausrufen lassen
- Greek: ειδοποιώ
- Italian: chiamare col cercapersone
- Japanese: ポケットベルで呼び出す
- Korean: 안내 방송을 하다
- Norwegian: kalle opp
- Polish: paginować
- European Portuguese: mandar chamar
- Romanian: a striga pe nume
- Russian: передавать сообщение
- Spanish: llamar por megáfono
- Swedish: anropa
- Thai: เรียกโดยใช้เครื่องขยายเสียงหรือเครื่องส่งสัญญาณติดตามตัว
- Turkish: anons etmek
- Ukrainian: отримати повідомлення з пейджера
- Vietnamese: nhắn tin
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