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house journal

noun [C] uk   us   UK
a newspaper produced by a company to tell employees what is happening in the company a newspaper or magazine that is typically read by a particular group of people and represents their opinions: the Daily Telegraph, the Conservative party's house journal
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in Chinese (Traditional) (公司的)內部刊物…
in Chinese (Simplified) (公司的)内部刊物…
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