centre spread


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centre spread

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) the pair of two facing pages in the middle of a magazine, newspaper, etc, often illustrated
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a photograph of a nude or nearly nude woman (or man) in a magazine on such pages
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Noun1.centre spread - the spread at the center of a magazine
facing pages, spread head, spreadhead, spread - two facing pages of a book or other publication
mag, magazine - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
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centre spread

n (Brit) → pubblicità f inv a doppia pagina
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He toured the new Centre spread over a total area of 360 hectares with a capacity to accommodate 300 people.
4 billion) expansion, the Nad Al Sheba Mall will feature 200 shops besides other retail and entertainment outlets including a supermarket, department stores, multi-screen cinema, food and beverages (F&B) outlets, department stores and fitness centre spread across 500,000 sq ft of shop space, said a statement from Nakheel.
Other centres specialise in just one area, but we are a huge centre spread across 20,000 sqft area.
Spending an evening commentating on the opening ceremony with David Wilkie and managing not to tell him that in another life, I put his topless picture in the centre spread of Jackie magazine.
I read with interest the centre spread on the ordination of women in the March 2014 issue of the Anglican Journal [pp.
The talks went superbly until 'Sullivan' then added: "Just one thing, David, would you also be the centre spread for one of my magazines?
Huawei announced the opening of a new research and development centre spread across two sites in Cork city and Dublin.
As you can see from the pictures in our centre spread, the institute has welcomed the likes of the Queen, Princess Diana, Sir Cliff Richard and even Shakin' Stevens through its doors.
On the centre spread we dig deep into the Gazette picture archive to look at the history of Middlehaven - as a multi-million pound plan is announced for a new neurological unit.
OUR centre spread features the Yellow House project - an organisation that has helped over 10,000 vulnerable people since being established 25 years ago.
The new shopping centre spread over 2,000 square metres is an ideal place for hundreds of families.
The Daily Telegraph, for whom McCoy is a weekly columnist, featured a centre spread headlined on McCoy and accompanied by a picture of him with a brutal facial injury and quotes from Sir Alex Ferguson backing his cause.

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