There are 2 main translations of page in Spanish:

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American English: /peɪdʒ/
British English: /peɪdʒ/

noun

  • 1.1 (of book, newspaper) she turned the page
    volvió la página or la hoja
    the news has made the front page
    la noticia ha aparecido en primera plana or página
    the article takes up a full page
    el artículo viene publicado a toda página
    he took four pages of notes
    tomó cuatro páginas or carillas de apuntes
    a shameful page in our history
    una página vergonzosa de nuestra historia
    Example sentences
    • They are, essentially, just an extended version of a newspaper editorial page with many varied, individual voices.
    • We don't do the dainty minuet of the newspaper editorial page.
    • Isn't a newspaper editorial page supposed to give its opinion on whether a nominee is good or not?
    1.2 (Computing) see alsohome page, → web page
    Example sentences
    • The messages are not actually kept in the air: they're stored on an Internet page.
    • The software did everything from resetting Internet start pages to burying computer screens in a flurry of pop-up ads.
    • At last count there were 200,000 pages stored on the company's servers.

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American English: /peɪdʒ/
British English: /peɪdʒ/

noun

transitive verb

  • (over loudspeaker)
    llamar por megafonía
    paging Mr Nelson
    aviso para el Sr Nelson
    Example sentences
    • First, started out the evening of the accident, I was paged by the Somerset 911 system and asked to call communications over the phone, which told me we were dealing with something right away out of the ordinary.
    • Rainman had called and left a message to page him as soon as I got the message.
    • Kira's daydream was broke with a soft voice addressed her ‘Kira, someone paged me?’

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