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magazine

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌmæɡəˈziːn/ ( informal mag) MARKETING
a thin book with large pages and a paper cover which contains articles and photographs and is published every week or month: launch/produce/run a magazine We plan to launch a new magazine next year.edit/print/publish a magazine The magazine is published fortnightly.men's/women's magazines She has written for several women's magazines. I mainly read music magazines.a business/industry/specialist magazine The event was advertised in industry magazines.a fashion/glossy/lifestyle magazine She appeared in the fashion magazine, Vogue.a weekly/bi-monthly/monthly magazine He's the editor of a leading weekly news magazine.copy/edition/issue of a magazine Her article appears in the current issue of the magazine. →  See also consumer magazine , in-house magazine , trade magazine
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