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magazine

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌmæɡəˈziːn/ ( informal mag) MARKETING
a thin book with large pages and a paper cover which contains articles and photographs and is published every week or month: launch/produce/run a magazine We plan to launch a new magazine next year.edit/print/publish a magazine The magazine is published fortnightly.men's/women's magazines She has written for several women's magazines. I mainly read music magazines.a business/industry/specialist magazine The event was advertised in industry magazines.a fashion/glossy/lifestyle magazine She appeared in the fashion magazine, Vogue.a weekly/bi-monthly/monthly magazine He's the editor of a leading weekly news magazine.copy/edition/issue of a magazine Her article appears in the current issue of the magazine. →  See also consumer magazine , in-house magazine , trade magazine
Translations of “magazine”
in Korean 잡지…
in Arabic مَجَلّة…
in French magazine, revue, magasin…
in Turkish dergi, magazin, mecmua…
in Italian rivista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書, 雜誌,期刊…
in Russian журнал…
in Polish pismo, magazyn…
in Spanish revista, tambor, polvorín…
in Portuguese revista…
in German das Magazin, Magazin-……
in Catalan revista…
in Japanese 雑誌…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书, 杂志,期刊…
(Definition of magazine from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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