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double(-page) spread

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌdʌb.l̩.peɪdʒˈspred/
In a book, magazine, etc. a double(-page) spread is one article, set of photographs, etc. that covers two pages opposite each other.
中心跨頁(圖書、雜誌中,一篇文章或一組照片佔據相對的兩頁)
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
Translations of “double(-page) spread”
in Chinese (Simplified) 中心跨页(图书、杂志中,一篇文章或一组照片占据相对的两页)…
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