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newspapernoun [C]

 us   /ˈnuzˌpeɪ·pər, nus-/
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newspapernoun

uk   /ˈnjuːzˌpeɪ.pər/  us   /ˈnuːzˌpeɪ.pɚ/
A1 [C] a regularly printed document consisting of large sheets of paper that are folded together, or a website, containing news reports, articles, photographs, and advertisements: Do you read a newspaper regularly? a daily/Sunday newspaper
[C] an organization that publishes a newspaper: He wants to work for a newspaper when he graduates.
A2 [U] old newspapers: You'd better wrap that mirror up in newspaper before you put it in the car.

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newspapernoun [C]

uk   /ˈnjuːsˌpeɪpər/  us   /ˈnuːzˌpeɪpər/ COMMUNICATIONS
a document consisting of news reports, articles, and photographs that is published every day or every week: in a newspaper They took out a full-page ad in the newspaper.a daily/weekly/Sunday newspaper He writes a column in a Sunday newspaper.a local/national newspaper The story was all over the front pages of the national newspapers the next day. a newspaper article/advertisement a newspaper company/publisher/group
an organization that creates and publishes a newspaper: Half of the top managers at the newspaper are women.
(Definition of newspaper from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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