Definition of zine in English:

zine

Syllabification: zine
Pronunciation: /zēn
 
/
(also ’zine)

noun

informal
  • 1A magazine, especially a fanzine.
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    • She dabbled in the visual arts, published an idiosyncratic zine called What Are You Dealing With?
    • I publish my own zine attacking the media monopoly, and I also write for the National Post.
    • Scum Magazine was started in 1995 as a small underground print zine.
  • 1.1A webzine.
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    • Workers Online, a weekly online zine, has established itself as the most popular political website in the country.
    • Underground zines are popping up all over to spread information not found on Fox News Channel.
    • Zine creators post when they have a new issue available, providing cost and contact information.

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