newspaper

listen to the pronunciation of newspaper
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
gazete

Onlar kendi gazetelerini okuyor. - They are reading their newspapers.

Bu iyi bir gazete, değil mi? - This is a good newspaper, isn't it?

(isim) gazete
abone

Hangi gazeteye abone olursun? - What newspaper do you subscribe to?

Biz bir gazeteye aboneyiz. - We subscribe to a newspaper.

matbua
newspaper advertisement
gazete ilanı
newspaper vendor
gazete bayii
newspaper holder
gazete sahibi
newspaper rod
gazete çubuk
newspaper room
gazete odası
newspaper slope
gazete eğim
newspaper spot news
gazete spotu
newspaper clipping
gazeteden kesilmiş resim
newspaper cutting
gazeteden kesilmiş resim
newspaper rack
gazetelik
newspaper stand
gazete standı
authorized army newspaper
(Askeri) kara ordusu gazetesi
authorized army newspaper
(Askeri) kara kuvvetleri gazetesi
local newspaper
yerel gazete
hometown newspaper
yerel gazete
newspapers
gazeteler

Gazeteci çocuk hava nasıl olursa olsun gazeteleri dağıtır. - The newspaper boy delivers newspapers no matter what the weather is like.

Onlar kendi gazetelerini okuyor. - They are reading their newspapers.

authorized army newspaper
(Askeri) KARA KUVVETLERİ GAZETESİ, KARA ORDUSU GAZETESİ: Birlik, komutanlık veya tesis gazeteleri; harekat alanı gazeteleri bağlı bir komutanlık veya makam tarafından yayımlanan günlük haber özetleri, haber bültenleri
civilian enterprise newspaper
(Askeri) SİVİL TEŞEBBÜSLERCE ÇIKARILAN ASKERİ GAZETE: Bir askeri kitleye hitap etmek üzere, resmi bir Kara Ordusu gazetesindekine benzer maksatla ve belirli bir askeri tesisin personeline dağıtılmak üzere, sivil bir yayınevi tarafından çıkarılan gazete
daily newspaper
{i} günlük gazete
daily newspaper
(isim) günlük gazete
do you have an english newspaper
İngilizce gazeteniz var mı
local newspaper
mahalli gazete
please give me an english newspaper
İngilizce gazete verin lütfen
publish a newspaper
gazete çıkarmak
publish newspaper
gazete yayınlanmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A quantity of or one of the types of paper on which newspapers are printed
A publication, usually published daily or weekly and usually printed on cheap, low-quality paper, containing news and other articles
To cover with newspaper

She newspapered one end of the room before painting the bookcase.

to harrass in newspaper articles

He was newspapered out of public life.

To engage in the business of journalism (usually used only in the gerund, newspapering)

He newspapered his way through the South on the sports beat, avoiding dry towms.

a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers"
{n} a public print to circulate news
A sheet of paper printed and distributed, at stated intervals, for conveying intelligence of passing events, advocating opinions, etc
means a publication that normally appears each day or each week and contains items such as news, letters, comment and advertisements
publication, usually issued daily or weekly, containing current news, editorials, feature articles, and usually advertising
cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers; "they used bales of newspaper every day"
a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
Gotta have at least one entry for N Even in an age of techno-wonder fabrics, racers still use newspapers to stay warm on descents After a long climb they're all sweaty and fans hand up the newspapers dropped by the publicity caravan earlier The riders stuff them up their jerseys to keep the wind off their chests And you thought we just lined birdcages with OEem
A periodical which is published frequently, daily, weekly, or at other intervals Printed on newsprint and folded instead of being bound together Sometimes it is staple bound
A newspaper is an organization that produces a newspaper. It is Britain's fastest growing national daily newspaper Alexander Lazarus is a food critic for the newspaper
Published in a newspaper
a periodical issued at frequent intervals (daily, weekly, semi-weekly) containing news, editorials, advertisements and other articles of current interest
A serial issued at stated, frequent intervals ( i e , daily, weekly, or semi-weekly), containing news, opinions, advertisements, and other items of current, often local, interest
Also known as ONP (Old News Paper), is used primarily for making newsprint, corrugated or folding boxes
The paper on which newspapers are printed
a public print that circulates news, advertisements, proceedings of legislative bodies, public announcements, etc
A paper product including, but not limited to, legislative bills, all papers that come with old newspapers, and newsprint
A periodical news publication - daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly, national or regional, paid for or free often registered at the Post Office
A periodical issued at stated and frequent intervals, usually daily, weekly, or semi-weekly, which reports events and discusses topics of current interest
gazeta [gah-ZEH-tah] One of the premiere Polish-language newspapers on the web is named, imaginatively enough, gazeta I hope to be able to read it someday Date of entry: 25 April 2000
Newspaper consists of pieces of old newspapers, especially when they are being used for another purpose such as wrapping things up. He found two pots, each wrapped in newspaper. Publication usually issued daily, weekly, or at other regular times that provides news, views, features, and other information of public interest and often carries advertising. Forerunners of the modern newspaper appeared as early as ancient Rome (see Acta). More or less regular papers printed from movable type appeared in Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands in the early 17th century. The first English daily was The Daily Courant (1702-35). Though preceded by official papers, James Franklin's New-England Courant (1721) was the first independent newspaper in Britain's North American colonies. By 1800 the principles of a free press and a basic formula for both serious and popular papers were taking root in much of Europe and the U.S. In the 19th century the number of U.S. papers and their circulations rose dramatically, owing to wider literacy, broadening appeal, lower prices, and technological advances in typesetting, printing, communications, and transport. By late in the century, newspapers had achieved great power. Competition for readers often led to sensationalism and, in the 20th century, gave rise to the so-called tabloids (see yellow journalism). Since 1900 newspaper publishing worldwide has expanded greatly; in large countries it has experienced consolidation driven by media conglomerates or through the acquisitions of smaller papers by larger ones
A serial issued at stated, frequent intervals (i e , daily, weekly, or semi-weekly), containing news, opinions, advertisements, and other items of current, often local, interest
A newspaper is a publication consisting of a number of large sheets of folded paper, on which news, advertisements, and other information is printed. He was carrying a newspaper They read their daughter's allegations in the newspaper. a Sunday newspaper feature about AIDS in America
cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers; "they used bales of newspaper every day
a newspaper as a physical object; "when it began to rain he covered his head with a newspaper"
a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets that contains news, articles and advertisements
A publication printed on newsprint and distributed daily or weekly, containing news, editorials, regular commentary by syndicated columnists, cartoons, advertising, and other items of general interest In libraries, newspaper back files are usually converted to microfilm or microfiche to save space Reader/printer machines are usually provided for viewing and making copies of material in microform format Most major newspapers distribute current issues on the World Wide Web
Made of newspaper
{i} daily or monthly news publication printed on large sheets of cheap paper, journal; company that publishes a newspaper; sheets of a newspaper (especially when used for something other than reading), newsprint
a newspaper as a physical object; "when it began to rain he covered his head with a newspaper" a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast" a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers" cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers; "they used bales of newspaper every day
newspaper ad
a printed advertisement that is published in a newspaper
newspaper clippings
articles which have been cut out of a newspaper
newspaper columnist
a columnist who writes for newspapers
newspaper critic
a critic who writes a column for the newspapers
newspaper editor
the editor of a newspaper
newspaper editor
one who prepares a newspaper for print and also controls the policy and contents of a newspaper
newspaper stand
stand at which newspapers and magazines are sold
newspaper stand
a newsstand
newspaper subscriber
one who is signed up to receive a newspaper delivered to his home
trade newspaper
a newspaper dedicated to the dissemination of information related to a particular industry
A newspaper
newsbook
The Israel Daily Newspaper Publishers` Association
group whose members represent various daily Israeli newspapers
daily newspaper
{i} newspaper which publishes a new edition every day
edited newspaper
newspaper that has been proofread and corrected
editing a newspaper
supervising the preparation and layout of a newspaper for printing
evening newspaper
newspaper that one receives in the evening (that summarizes the events of that day)
issue a newspaper
publish a newspaper
local newspaper
newspaper of a particular place, newspaper that covers a small town or community
morning newspaper
newspaper which is published in the morning hours
newspapers
nouns
newspapers
have electronic archives But, not all archives go back to the 1950s It may be necessary to email the newspaper to obtain relevant articles
newspapers
publications providing daily news with local, national, and world coverage; include articles on general interest topics and advertisements
newspapers
The Swiss Post term "Newspapers" also includes magazines, unless otherwise specified Newspapers are publications that appear at least once per quarter, weigh no more than 1000 g including supplements, are sent to at least 1,000 subscribers, whose purpose is not primarily commercial and advertising and which have a minimum of 15% editorial content in each issue For further information, order our free brochure Zeitungen Schweiz (Newspapers in Switzerland)
newspapers
Plural of newspaper
school newspaper
a newspaper written and published by students in a school
scissor out a paragraph from a newspaper
cut an article from a newspaper
subscribe to a newspaper
sign up to receive a newspaper, register to receive a newspaper
unfold a newspaper
open a newspaper (to read it)
weekly newspaper
newspaper that is published once a week
yesterday's newspaper
{i} newspaper that was published yesterday
newspaper
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