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1 page /ˈpeɪʤ/ noun
plural pages
1 page
/ˈpeɪʤ/
noun
plural pages
Learner's definition of PAGE
[count]
: one side of a sheet of paper especially in a book, magazine, etc.
abbreviation p see also front-page, title page
: the material printed or written on a page
: a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, etc. see also white pages, yellow pages
: one section of a Web site that is found at a single address
see also home page, web page
literary : an important event or period in history

borrow/take a page from someone

US or borrow/take a page from someone's book
: to do the same thing that someone else has done

jump/leap off the page

of writing, a picture, etc.
: to be very noticeable, interesting, exciting, etc.

on the same page

chiefly US, informal
: agreeing about something (such as how things should be done)
compare 4page
2 page /ˈpeɪʤ/ verb
pages; paged; paging
2 page
/ˈpeɪʤ/
verb
pages; paged; paging
Learner's definition of PAGE

page through

[phrasal verb]
page through (something)
: to turn the pages of (a book, magazine, etc.) especially in a quick, steady manner
compare 3page
3 page /ˈpeɪʤ/ verb
pages; paged; paging
3 page
/ˈpeɪʤ/
verb
pages; paged; paging
Learner's definition of PAGE
[+ object]
: to call the name of (someone) in a public place usually over a speaker in order to find that person, deliver a message, etc.
: to send a message to (someone) by using a special device (called a pager or beeper)
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4 page /ˈpeɪʤ/ noun
plural pages
4 page
/ˈpeɪʤ/
noun
plural pages
Learner's definition of PAGE
[count]
US : a student who works as an assistant for a member of Congress
: a young man or boy in the Middle Ages who trained to be a knight by serving a knight
: a young man or boy who worked as a servant for an important person in the Middle Ages
British : bellhop
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