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noun [countable] page pronunciation in British English /peɪdʒ/
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  1. 1
    one side of a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, or magazine
    the poem on page 125
    front/back page: The football scores are on the back page.
    opposite/facing page: Can you identify the four pictures on the facing page?
    turn to/see page: For information on hotels in Amsterdam, see page 20.
    sports/gardening/letters page: Lawrence was eating breakfast while glancing at the sports page.
    over the page (=on the other side): Fill in the form over the page.
    1. a.
      a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, or magazine
      I tore a page out of my diary and wrote my phone number on it.
      turn a page: Turning the pages of the telephone book, she soon found what she wanted.
    2. b.
      a piece of paper
      He was staring miserably at the blank page in his typewriter.
      the top/bottom of the page: Chris wrote her name at the top of the page.
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