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ream

noun
 
 
/riːm/
reams of sth a very large amount of information, usually on paper: Accountants at the firm were asked to turn over reams of financial records as part of the investigation. reams of paperwork/paper reams of information/data/material
[C] WORKPLACE, MEASURES 500 sheets of printing or writing paper: Can you order a ream of printer paper?
Translations of “ream”
in Spanish resma…
in French rame…
in German das Ries…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令(500 張紙), (尤指)大量的寫作…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令(500 张纸), (尤指)大量的写作…
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