- one or both sides of a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, newspaper, or other collection of bound sheets；the material written or printed on a page
- look through the pages of (a book, magazine, etc.)；move through and display (text) one page at a time
verb: page, 3rd person present: pages, gerund or present participle: paging, past tense: paged, past participle: paged
- 1. one or both sides of a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, newspaper, or other collection of bound sheets a book of not less than 40 pages he was turning the pages of his Sunday newspaper 同義詞
- ▪ the material written or printed on a page she silently read several pages
- ▪ a page of a newspaper or magazine set aside for a particular topic the Letters Page
- ▪ a section of stored data, especially that which can be displayed on a screen at one time.
- ▪ a significant event or period considered as a part of a longer history the vote will form a page in the world's history 同義詞
- 1. look through the pages of (a book, magazine, etc.) she was paging through a pile of Sunday newspapers
- ▪ move through and display (text) one page at a time a text file reader enables you to page through the authors text file using indexes
- 2. divide (a piece of software or data) into sections, keeping the most frequently accessed in main memory and storing the rest in virtual memory.
- 3. assign numbers to the pages in (a book or periodical); paginate.