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page1 British & World English

One or both sides of a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, newspaper, or other collection of bound sheets

page2 British & World English

A boy or young man, usually in uniform, employed in a hotel or club to run errands, open doors, etc.

page1 English Thesaurus

a book of 672 pages

page2 English Thesaurus

a page in a hotel

page through in page1 British & World English

Look through the pages of (a book, magazine, etc.)

Page, Geraldine British & World English

(1924–87), US actress; full name Geraldine Sue Page. Her Broadway credits include Sweet Bird of Youth (1959), Strange Interlude (1963), and Agnes of God (1982). Her movies include Hondo (1953), Summer and Smoke (1961), and The Trip to Bountiful (1985)

Page, Sir Frederick Handley British & World English

(1885–1962), English aircraft designer. He is noted for designing the first twin-engined bomber (1915), as well as the Halifax heavy bombers of the Second World War

city page British & World English

The part of a newspaper or magazine that deals with the financial news

full page British & World English

An entire page of a newspaper or magazine

home page British & World English

The introductory page of a website, typically serving as a table of contents for the site

man page British & World English

A document forming part of the documentation of a computer system

page-one British & World English

Worthy of being featured on the front page of a newspaper or magazine

page view British & World English

An instance of an Internet user visiting a particular page on a website

web page British & World English

A hypertext document connected to the World Wide Web

front page British & World English

The first page of a newspaper, containing the most important or remarkable news of the day

page proof British & World English

A printer’s proof of a page to be published

Page Three British & World English

A feature which appears daily on page three of the Sun newspaper, comprising a picture of a topless young woman

title page British & World English

A page at the beginning of a book giving its title and the names of the author and publisher

women's page British & World English

A page of a newspaper or magazine devoted to topics intended to be of special interest to women

landing page British & World English

A web page which serves as the entry point for a website or a particular section of a website

hold the front page British & World English

Used to draw attention to an important or noteworthy fact or occurrence

Handley Page, Frederick British & World English

See Page, Sir Frederick Handley.

tip a page in in tip1 British & World English

(In bookbinding) paste a single page, typically an illustration, to the neighbouring page of a book by a thin line of paste down its inner margin

pageboy British & World English

A page in a hotel or attending a bride at a wedding

Jimmy Page in Led Zeppelin British & World English

An English rock group featuring vocalist Robert Plant (b.1948) and guitarist Jimmy Page (b.1944). One of the first groups to play heavy rock, they recorded their best-known song, ‘Stairway to Heaven’, in 1971

hold the front page in front page British & World English

Used to draw attention to an important or noteworthy fact or occurrence

Geraldine Sue Page in Page, Geraldine British & World English

(1924–87), US actress; full name Geraldine Sue Page. Her Broadway credits include Sweet Bird of Youth (1959), Strange Interlude (1963), and Agnes of God (1982). Her movies include Hondo (1953), Summer and Smoke (1961), and The Trip to Bountiful (1985)