the Yellow Pages Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"the Yellow Pages" in British English

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the Yellow Pagesnoun [S]

uk   us   trademark
a ​large, ​yellowbook that ​contains the ​addresses and ​phonenumbers of ​businesses and ​peopleofferingservices, ​listing them in ​groupsaccording to what ​type of ​business they are
(Definition of the Yellow Pages from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Yellow Pages™" in Business English

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the Yellow Pages™noun [S or plural]

(also Yellow Pages) uk   us   trademark
a ​book that ​lists the ​names, ​addresses, and ​phonenumbers of ​businesses in a particular city or ​area, ​listing them by ​type: advertise in Yellow Pages a Yellow Pages ad/​directory They're listed in the Yellow Pages.
(Definition of the Yellow Pages™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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