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magazine

noun /mӕɡəˈziːn, (American) ˈmӕɡəziːn/
(abbreviation mag /mӕɡ/) a publication issued regularly containing articles, stories etc by various writers
revista
women’s magazines (also adjective) a magazine article.
a compartment in or on a gun that holds cartridges
tambor
Is the magazine loaded?
a storeroom for ammunition, explosives etc.
polvorín
Translations of “magazine”
in Korean 잡지…
in Arabic مَجَلّة…
in French magazine, revue, magasin…
in Italian rivista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書, 雜誌,期刊…
in Russian журнал…
in Turkish dergi, magazin, mecmua…
in Polish pismo, magazyn…
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 Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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