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page /peɪdʒ/ noun [countable]

پسر بچه ، پادو ، خانه شاگرد ، پیشخدمتی کردن ، صفحه ، برگ ، صفحات را نمره گذاری کردن ، کامپیوتر: صفحه ، عمران: گوه چوبی
الکترونیک: صفحه ، کامپیوتر: گوه چوبی ، عمران: پسر بچه ، پادو، خانه شاگرد، پیشخدمتی کردن ، صفحه ، برگ ، صفحات را نمره گذاری کردن کامپیوتر: صفحه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

folio, leaf, sheet, side
- attendant, pageboy, servant, squire
- call, send for, summon

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. page1 S1 W1 /peɪdʒ/ noun [countable]
[Sense 1-2,4,7: Date: 1500-1600; Language: French; Origin: Latin pagina]
[Sense 3,5-6: Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Old Italian paggio]

1. PAPER one side of a piece of paper in a book, newspaper, document etc, or the sheet of paper itself:
The full address is given on page 15.
You will find the answers over the page.
a 400-page novel
We took out a full page advertisement in the ‘Village Voice’.

2. COMPUTER all the writing etc that you can see at one time on a computer screen:
a web page (=a single screen of writing, pictures etc on a website)

3. YOUNG PERSON American English a student or young person who works as a helper to a member of the US Congress

4. on the same page if a group of people are on the same page, they are working well together and have the same aims:
We need to get environmentalists and businesses on the same page to improve things.

5. BOY
a) a boy who served a knight during the Middle Ages as part of his training
b) a pageboy(2)

6. SERVANT a boy who in the past served a person of high rank

7. a page in history an important event or period of time

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. page2 verb [transitive]

1. to call someone’s name out in a public place, especially using a loudspeaker, in order to find them:
She hurried to the reception desk and asked the girl to page her husband.

2. to send a message to someone’s pager asking them to go somewhere or telephone someone:
He was constantly being paged during meetings.
the paging network
page down phrasal verb
to press a special key on a computer that makes the screen show the page after the one you are reading Antonym : page up:
It’s not there, so page down and see if you can find it.
page through something phrasal verb American English
to look at a book, magazine etc by turning the pages quickly
page up phrasal verb
to press a special key on a computer that makes the screen show the page before the one you are reading Antonym : page down

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. back, front | facing, opposite There's a photo of him on the opposite page/on the page opposite.
left-hand, right-hand | next, previous | opening | new Write each answer on a new page.
blank, empty | full | loose | dog-eared | printed The speech did not transfer well to the printed page.
contents, title | business, editorial, financial, sports (all in a newspaper) | problem reading the problem pages of magazines
VERB + PAGE read | scan | turn (over), turn to I turned the dog-eared pages of my old address book. Turn to page 30 in the coursebook.
flick through, flip through, leaf through She sat idly flipping through the pages of a fashion magazine.
tear (out) | splash sth across The headlines were splashed across the front page of every newspaper.
PAGE + VERB come loose Several pages had come loose.
yellow the yellowing pages of her old diary
PAGE + NOUN number | layout, make-up
PREP. at (a/the) ~ Open your books at page 14.
in the ~s The murder takes place in the opening pages of the novel.
on a/the ~ The crossword is on the back page.
over the ~ The article continues over the page.
PHRASES at the bottom/foot of the page, at the head/top of the page Write your name at the top of each page.
pages long The story is thirty pages long.
run your eye/finger down a page I ran my finger down the page until I found the name I was looking for.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


the next/previous page
I glanced back to the previous page.
What’s on the next page?
the opposite/facing page
See the diagram on the opposite page.
the left-hand/right-hand page
The answers are on the right-hand page.
the front/back page (=of a newspaper)
Her picture was on the front page of every newspaper.
the sports/arts/financial etc pages (=the part of a newspaper that deals with sport, art etc)
He only ever reads the sports pages.
a blank page (=with nothing on it)
There were a couple of blank pages at the back of the book.
a new/fresh page (=which has not yet been written on)
Start each section of your essay on a new page.
a full page
The article went on for a full page.
turn a page
I turned the page in order to find out what happened next.
turn to/see page 22/45 etc
Turn to page 8 for more details.
flick/flip/leaf through the pages of something (=turn them quickly)
She was flicking through the pages of a magazine.
jump/leap off the page (=be very noticeable)
One mistake jumped off the page.
the top of the page
Write your name at the top of the page.
the bottom/foot of the page
See the note at the bottom of page 38.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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