Definition of magalogue in English:

magalogue

Line breaks: maga|logue
Pronunciation: /ˈmaɡəlɒɡ
 
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noun

A promotional catalogue designed to resemble a high-quality magazine.
More example sentences
  • You've heard of the magalogue - the glossy magazine as shopping catalogue.
  • It's a pain to flip through the entire magalogue to find the gifts, but Cargo scores points for its sense of humor and nifty geek ideas.
  • Similar content will be incorporated into a new magalogue sent to subscribers of SI for Women, Teen People and In Style.

Origin

1970s: blend of magazine and catalogue.

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