pamphlet


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pam·phlet

 (păm′flĭt)
n.
1. An unbound printed work, usually with a paper cover.
2. A short essay or treatise, usually on a current topic, published without a binding.

[Middle English pamflet, from Medieval Latin pamfletus, from Pamphiletus, diminutive of Pamphilus, amatory Latin poem of the 1100s, from Greek pamphilos, beloved by all : pan-, pan- + philos, beloved.]

pam′phlet·ar′y (păm′flĭ-tĕr′ē) adj.

pamphlet

(ˈpæmflɪt)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a brief publication generally having a paper cover; booklet
2. a brief treatise, often on a subject of current interest, published in pamphlet form
[C14 pamflet, from Anglo-Latin panfletus, from Medieval Latin Pamphilus title of a popular 12th-century amatory poem from Greek Pamphilos masculine proper name]

pam•phlet

(ˈpæm flɪt)

n.
1. a short unbound publication held together by staples or stitching, typically containing factual information.
2. a short treatise or essay, generally on a contemporary or controversial subject.
[1375–1425; late Middle English pamflet < Anglo-Latin panfletus, pamfletus, syncopated variant of Pamphiletus, diminutive of Medieval Latin Pamphilus, title of a 12th-century Latin comedy. See -et]
pam′phlet•ar′y, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pamphlet - a small book usually having a paper coverpamphlet - a small book usually having a paper cover
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
blue book - a blue booklet used in universities for writing examinations
ticket book - a book of tickets that can be torn out and used
2.pamphlet - a brief treatise on a subject of interestpamphlet - a brief treatise on a subject of interest; published in the form of a booklet
treatise - a formal exposition

pamphlet

noun booklet, leaflet, brochure, circular, tract, folder an 80-page long election pamphlet
Translations
كُتَيِّبٌكُرّاسَه، كُتَيِّب
brožuraleták
brochurepamflet
pamfletti
pamflet
pamflet
bæklingur
パンフレット
소책자
brošūrapamflets
broschyr
แผ่นพับ
cuốn sách nhỏ

pamphlet

[ˈpæmflɪt] N (informative, brochure) → folleto m; (political, handed out in street) → volante m, panfleto m (Literat) → panfleto m

pamphlet

[ˈpæmflət] n (gen)brochure f; (political)tract m

pamphlet

n (= informative brochure)Broschüre f; (literary) → Druckschrift f; (political, handed out in street) → Flugblatt nt, → Flugschrift f

pamphlet

[ˈpæmflɪt] n (informative brochure) → opuscolo, dépliant m inv; (political, handed out in street) → volantino, manifestino

pamphlet

(ˈpӕmflit) noun
a small paper-covered book usually giving information, expressing an opinion on a popular subject etc. a political pamphlet.

pamphlet

كُتَيِّبٌ brožura pamflet Broschüre φυλλάδιο panfleto pamfletti brochure pamflet opuscolo パンフレット 소책자 pamflet brosjyre broszura panfleto буклет broschyr แผ่นพับ broşür cuốn sách nhỏ 小册子

pamphlet

n folleto
References in classic literature ?
Her acquaintance, the artist, who appeared to have a literary turn, had supplied her with works of fiction, in pamphlet form,--and a few volumes of poetry, in altogether a different style and taste from those which Hepzibah selected for his amusement.
X had a small pamphlet with him which he had bought while on a visit to Munich.
Brocklehurst put into my hand a thin pamphlet sewn in a cover, and having rung for his carriage, he departed.
In the first pamphlet the battle between Don Quixote and the Biscayan was drawn to the very life, they planted in the same attitude as the history describes, their swords raised, and the one protected by his buckler, the other by his cushion, and the Biscayan's mule so true to nature that it could be seen to be a hired one a bowshot off.
The reasons assigned in an excellent little pamphlet lately published in this city,[1] are unanswerable to show the utter improbability of assembling a new convention, under circumstances in any degree so favorable to a happy issue, as those in which the late convention met, deliberated, and concluded.
That long-forgotten pamphlet came back with startling vividness to my mind.
The pamphlet containing these renderings had a con- siderable vogue, and I mention them here simply to warn the reader against the impression they may have created.
I've written to him to desire that from henceforth he will send me no book or pamphlet on anything that ends in ISM.
It was a pamphlet, signed on behalf of a Committee by a lady secretary, but composed by some person who thoroughly understood the language of the Province.
It remains essentially right, a pamphlet story--in support of the League to Enforce Peace.
Everything I see in him corresponds to his pamphlet on Biblical Cosmology.
Philander, will result in an irreparable delay, for I was just rowing over to obtain this pamphlet.