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page 1

 (pāj)
n.
1.
a. A side of a sheet of paper, as in a book or newspaper: tore a page from the book.
b. The writing or printing on one side of a page.
c. The type set for printing one side of a page.
2. A noteworthy or memorable event: a new page in history.
3. Computers A webpage.
4. Computers A quantity of memory storage equal to between 512 and 4,096 bytes.
5. pages A source or record of knowledge: in the pages of science.
v. paged, pag·ing, pag·es
v.tr.
To number the pages of; paginate: page a manuscript.
v.intr.
To turn pages: page through a magazine.

[Middle French, from Old French, from Latin pāgina; see pag- in Indo-European roots.]

page′ful′ n.

page 2

 (pāj)
n.
1. A boy who acted as a knight's attendant as the first stage of training for chivalric knighthood.
2. A youth in ceremonial employment or attendance at court.
3.
a. One who is employed to run errands, carry messages, or act as a guide in a hotel, theater, or club.
b. One who is similarly employed in the US Congress or another legislature.
4. A boy who holds the bride's train at a wedding.
tr.v. paged, pag·ing, pag·es
1. To summon or call (a person) by name.
2. To contact (someone) by sending a message to his or her pager: The doctor was paged during dinner.
3. To attend as a page.

[Middle English, from Old French, of unknown origin.]

page

(peɪdʒ)
npl pp
1. one side of one of the leaves of a book, newspaper, letter, etc, or the written or printed matter it bears. Abbreviation: p
2. such a leaf considered as a unit: insert a new page.
3. (Communications & Information) a screenful of information from a website, teletext service, etc, displayed on a television monitor or visual display unit
4. an episode, phase, or period: a glorious page in the revolution.
5. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing the type as set up for printing a page
6. on the same page working in harmony
vb
7. another word for paginate
8. (foll by: through) to look through (a book, report, etc); leaf through
[C15: via Old French from Latin pāgina]

page

(peɪdʒ)
n
1. a boy employed to run errands, carry messages, etc, for the guests in a hotel, club, etc
2. a youth in attendance at official functions or ceremonies, esp weddings
3. (Historical Terms) medieval history
a. a boy in training for knighthood in personal attendance on a knight
b. a youth in the personal service of a person of rank, esp in a royal household: page of the chamber.
4. (in the US) an attendant at Congress or other legislative body
5. (Parliamentary Procedure) Canadian a person employed in the debating chamber of the House of Commons, the Senate, or a legislative assembly to carry messages for members
vb (tr)
6. to call out the name of (a person), esp by a loudspeaker system, so as to give him or her a message
7. (Communications & Information) to call (a person) by an electronic device, such as a pager
8. to act as a page to or attend as a page
[C13: via Old French from Italian paggio, probably from Greek paidion boy, from pais child]

Page

(peɪdʒ)
n
1. (Biography) Sir Earle (Christmas Grafton). 1880–1961, Australian statesman; co-leader, with S. M. Bruce, of the federal government of Australia (1923–29)
2. (Biography) Sir Frederick Handley. 1885–1962, English pioneer in the design and manufacture of aircraft

page1

(peɪdʒ)

n., v. paged, pag•ing. n.
1. one side of a leaf of something printed or written, as a book, manuscript, or letter.
2. the entire leaf.
3. a noteworthy event or period: a bright page in English history.
4.
a. a block of computer memory up to 4,096 bytes long.
b. a portion of a program that can be moved to a computer's internal memory from external storage.
v.t.
7. to turn pages (usu. fol. by through).
[1580–90; < Middle French < Latin pāgina column of writing]

page2

(peɪdʒ)

n., v. paged, pag•ing. n.
1. a boy servant or attendant.
2. (in medieval times)
a. a youth in attendance on a person of rank.
b. a youth being trained for knighthood.
3. an employee who carries messages, runs errands, etc., as in a hotel or a legislative body.
v.t.
4. to summon (a person) by calling out his or her name, as over a public-address system.
5. to summon or alert by electronic pager.
6. to attend as a page.
[1250–1300; Middle English (n.) < Old French, perhaps ultimately < Greek paidíon boy (with accent shift in Vulgar Latin)]

Page

(peɪdʒ)

n.
1. Thomas Nelson, 1853–1922, U.S. novelist and diplomat.
2. Walter Hines, 1855–1918, U.S. journalist and diplomat.

page


Past participle: paged
Gerund: paging

Imperative
page
page
Present
I page
you page
he/she/it pages
we page
you page
they page
Preterite
I paged
you paged
he/she/it paged
we paged
you paged
they paged
Present Continuous
I am paging
you are paging
he/she/it is paging
we are paging
you are paging
they are paging
Present Perfect
I have paged
you have paged
he/she/it has paged
we have paged
you have paged
they have paged
Past Continuous
I was paging
you were paging
he/she/it was paging
we were paging
you were paging
they were paging
Past Perfect
I had paged
you had paged
he/she/it had paged
we had paged
you had paged
they had paged
Future
I will page
you will page
he/she/it will page
we will page
you will page
they will page
Future Perfect
I will have paged
you will have paged
he/she/it will have paged
we will have paged
you will have paged
they will have paged
Future Continuous
I will be paging
you will be paging
he/she/it will be paging
we will be paging
you will be paging
they will be paging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been paging
you have been paging
he/she/it has been paging
we have been paging
you have been paging
they have been paging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been paging
you will have been paging
he/she/it will have been paging
we will have been paging
you will have been paging
they will have been paging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been paging
you had been paging
he/she/it had been paging
we had been paging
you had been paging
they had been paging
Conditional
I would page
you would page
he/she/it would page
we would page
you would page
they would page
Past Conditional
I would have paged
you would have paged
he/she/it would have paged
we would have paged
you would have paged
they would have paged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.page - one side of one leaf (of a book or magazine or newspaper or letter etc.) or the written or pictorial matter it containspage - one side of one leaf (of a book or magazine or newspaper or letter etc.) or the written or pictorial matter it contains
paper - a medium for written communication; "the notion of an office running without paper is absurd"
folio, leaf - a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book)
full page - something that covers an entire page; "the ad took up a full page"
half page - something that covers (the top or bottom) half of a page
recto - right-hand page
verso - left-hand page
title page - a page of a book displaying the title and author and publisher
bastard title, half title - a first page of some books displaying only the title of the book
sports page - any page in the sports section of a newspaper
facing pages, spread head, spreadhead, spread - two facing pages of a book or other publication
foldout, gatefold - an oversize page that is folded in to a book or magazine
folio, page number, pagination, paging - the system of numbering pages
margin - the blank space that surrounds the text on a page; "he jotted a note in the margin"
dog-ear - a corner of a page turned down to mark your place
2.Page - English industrialist who pioneered in the design and manufacture of aircraft (1885-1962)
3.page - United States diplomat and writer about the Old South (1853-1922)Page - United States diplomat and writer about the Old South (1853-1922)
4.page - a boy who is employed to run errandspage - a boy who is employed to run errands
errand boy, messenger boy - a boy who earns money by running errands
5.page - a youthful attendant at official functions or ceremonies such as legislative functions and weddings
attendant, attender, tender - someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
6.page - in medieval times a youth acting as a knight's attendant as the first stage in training for knighthoodpage - in medieval times a youth acting as a knight's attendant as the first stage in training for knighthood
attendant, attender, tender - someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
Verb1.page - contact, as with a pager or by calling somebody's name over a P.A. system
summon - ask to come; "summon a lawyer"
2.page - work as a page; "He is paging in Congress this summer"
work - exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity; "I will work hard to improve my grades"; "she worked hard for better living conditions for the poor"
3.page - number the pages of a book or manuscript
number - give numbers to; "You should number the pages of the thesis"

page

1
noun
1. folio, side, leaf, sheet Turn to page four of your books.
2. (Literary) period, chapter, phase, era, episode, time, point, event, stage, incident, epoch a new page in the country's history

page

2
verb
1. call, seek, summon, call out for, send for He was paged repeatedly as the flight was boarding.
noun
1. attendant, bellboy (U.S.), pageboy, footboy He worked as a page in a hotel.
2. servant, attendant, squire, pageboy, footboy He served as page to a noble lord.
Translations
الوَلَد الخادِمخادِم الفُنْدُقصَفْحَةٌصَفْحَهينادي
vyvolatstranastránkačíslovatpáže
sidex-siders-efterlyse over højtalerhotelkarlkalde
páginapajehojallamar por megafoníallamar por megafonía/altavoz
lehekülgpaaž
sivukutsua hakulaitteella
stranicapozvatistrana
lap
blaîsíîaeinkaòjónnkalla uppvikapiltur
ページポケットベルで呼び出す
안내 방송을 하다페이지
izsaukt pēc vārdaizsūtāmais zēnslappusepāžs
pagină
pážaposlíčekstranastránka
liststran
sidaanropabladpagepaginera
หน้า
nhắn tintrang

page

1 [peɪdʒ]
A. N [of book, newspaper, etc] → página f
see page 20véase en la página 20
a glorious page in our historyuna página gloriosa de nuestra historia
back pagecontraportada f
the picture on the facing page showsel dibujo de la página de en frente muestra ...
financial pagepágina f de economía or de negocios
front pageprimera plana f, primera página f
it made front page newssalió en primera plana or página
on page 14en la página 14
over the pageen la página siguiente
a page three girl (Brit) una chica de las que aparecen en la página tres de los periódicos de prensa amarilla británicos
see also inside D1
see also title C
see also yellow E
B. CPD page break N (Comput) → salto m de página
page proofs NPL (Typ) → pruebas fpl de página
PAGE THREE
Durante años, en la página tres del periódico The Sun, el diario sensacionalista de más venta en el Reino Unido, ha aparecido una foto a toda página de una chica en topless, conocida como la page three girl. De ahí que el término haya pasado a usarse también, en sentido extenso, para referirse a las modelos que posan semidesnudas en otros periódicos sensacionalistas.

page

2 [peɪdʒ]
A. N
1. (also pageboy) (in hotel) → botones m inv
2. (US) (at wedding) → paje m
3. (US) (in Congress) → mensajero m
4. (Hist) → escudero m
B. VT to page sb (over public address) → llamar a algn por megafonía; (with pager) → llamar a algn por el busca

page

[ˈpeɪdʒ]
n
[book, magazine, newspaper, website] → page f
Turn to page 4 → Passez à la page 4.
He turned the pages of his notebook → Il tourna les pages de son bloc.
on page 5 → page 5
over the page → au verso
the letters page → le courrier des lecteurs
npage f 3 (des tabloïds où figure une jeune femme dépoitraillée)
modif [girl, model] → de la page 3 (des tabloïds où figure une jeune femme dépoitraillée)
(US) (at wedding)page m
(in hotel) (also page boy) → groom m, chasseur m
vt (in hotel, airport)faire appeler
paging Mr Jones! → appel pour M. Jones !

page

:
page border
n (Comput) → Seitenränder pl
pageboy
n
Page m; (Brit: = attendant at wedding) Junge, der bei der Hochzeitszeremonie assistiert
(= hairstyle)Pagenkopf m
page break
n (Comput) → Seitenumbruch or -wechsel m
page description language
n (Comput) → Seitenbeschreibungssprache f
page layout
n (Comput) → Seitenlayout nt
page make-up
n (Typ) → Umbruch m
page number
nSeitenzahl f
page preview
n (Comput) → Seitenansicht f
page printer
n (Comput) → Seitendrucker m
page proof

page

1
n (also pageboy)Page m
vt to page somebodyjdn ausrufen lassen; paging Mr CousinHerr Cousin, bitte!

page

2
n
Seite f; on page 14auf Seite 14; write on both sides of the pagebeschreiben Sie beide Seiten; to be on the same page (US: = in agreement) → auf der gleichen Wellenlänge liegen; the sports pagesdie Sportseiten pl
a glorious page of English historyein Ruhmesblatt ntin der Geschichte Englands; to go down in the pages of historyin die Geschichte or die Annalen der Geschichte eingehen
vt (Typ) → paginieren, mit Seitenzahlen versehen

page

1 [peɪdʒ] n (of book) → pagina
on page 2 → a pagina 2
on both sides of the page → su tutt'e due le facciate (del foglio)

page

2 [peɪdʒ]
1. (also pageboy) (servant) → fattorino; (at wedding) → paggetto
2. vt to page sb(far) chiamare qn

page1

(peidʒ) noun
one side of a sheet of paper in a book, magazine etc. page ninety-four; a three-page letter.

page2

(peidʒ) noun
1. (in hotels) a boy who takes messages, carries luggage etc.
2. (also ˈpage boy) a boy servant.
verb
to try to find someone in a public place by calling out his name (often through a loud-speaker system). I could not see my friend in the hotel, so I had him paged.

page

صَفْحَةٌ, ينادي strana, vyvolat kalde, side ausrufen lassen, Seite ειδοποιώ, σελίδα llamar por megafonía, llamar por megáfono, página kutsua hakulaitteella, sivu appeler, page pozvati, stranica chiamare col cercapersone, pagina ページ, ポケットベルで呼び出す 안내 방송을 하다, 페이지 oproepen, pagina kalle opp, side paginować, strona mandar chamar, página передавать сообщение, страница anropa, sida เรียกโดยใช้เครื่องขยายเสียงหรือเครื่องส่งสัญญาณติดตามตัว, หน้า anons etmek, sayfa nhắn tin, trang 广播找,

page

n (overhead) llamada por altavoz; (by pager) llamada por buscapersonas; vt perifonear (form), llamar por altavoz; llamar por buscapersonas
References in classic literature ?
Down the page went the green guide, and presently, forgetting her listener in the beauty of the sad scene, Meg read as if alone, giving a little touch of tragedy to the words of the unhappy queen.
Before I got into the wagon, he took a book out of his pocket, opened it, and showed me a page with two alphabets, one English and the other Bohemian.
He next named the page and verse where the rhymes selected were to be found, and applied the pitch-pipe to his lips, with the decent gravity that he had been wont to use in the temple.
Had we the secret of that mirror, we would gladly sit down before it, and transfer its revelations to our page.
A stain on his conscience, as to anything that came within the range of his vocation, would trouble such a man very much in the same way, though to a far greater degree, than an error in the balance of an account, or an ink-blot on the fair page of a book of record.
It was often his delight, after his school was dismissed in the afternoon, to stretch himself on the rich bed of clover bordering the little brook that whimpered by his school-house, and there con over old Mather's direful tales, until the gathering dusk of evening made the printed page a mere mist before his eyes.
A brief pause ensued; the preacher slowly turned over the leaves of the Bible, and at last, folding his hand down upon the proper page, said: Beloved shipmates, clinch the last verse of the first chapter of Jonah -- And God had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah.
It is transparent, as I said before; and being laid upon the printed page, I have sometimes pleased myself with fancying it exerted a magnifying influence.
And then turn over the page with me, and gaze upon the other side of the picture.
Nothing but the difficulty of arranging it so that both sides of the page would show at once stood in the way of this undertaking.
He would be a poet who could impress the winds and streams into his service, to speak for him; who nailed words to their primitive senses, as farmers drive down stakes in the spring, which the frost has heaved; who derived his words as often as he used them--transplanted them to his page with earth adhering to their roots; whose words were so true and fresh and natural that they would appear to expand like the buds at the approach of spring, though they lay half smothered between two musty leaves in a library--aye, to bloom and bear fruit there, after their kind, annually, for the faithful reader, in sympathy with surrounding Nature.
He arrived, looked me over with a smiling and impudent curiosity; said he had come for me, and informed me that he was a page.