From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmagazinemag‧a‧zine /ˌmæɡəˈziːn $ ˈmæɡəziːn/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable] 1 TCNa large thin book with a paper cover that contains news stories, articles, photographs etc, and is sold weekly or monthlyfashion/computer/women’s etc magazine a glossy fashion magazine She’s the editor of a popular women’s magazine. a magazine article She glanced over the magazine racks.2 a television or radio programme which is made up of a number of reports a local news magazine programme3 PMWthe part of a gun that holds the bullets4 TCPTCBthe part that holds the film in a camera or projector5 PMWa room or building for storing weapons, explosives etcGrammarYou read or see something in a magazine: He read an interview with her in a magazine. Don’t say: He read an interview with her on a magazine.
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magazineCataldo has a background in the tech press, having worked at Computer Life and Electronic Entertainment magazines.a photographic magazinea photography magazinea model turned TV presenter, who has been on the cover of all the men's magazinesI bought some magazines for the trip - Cosmopolitan and Vanity Fair.As Peter and James came in, she threw down the magazine she was reading, stood up and came towards them.Joe wrote extensively for the magazine and became a literary editor during his final year.Divisional Secretaries, please keep the magazine informed of meetings, dinners and any other occasion that your Division is involved in.Lanskoi and Rostovtsev read the magazine avidly.The magazine will also be sold on newsstands nationwide and offered by subscription.Hillary Clinton is featured on the cover of this week's Time magazinesfashion/computer/women’s etc magazineI never, on the other hand, determined that I would separate out a whole slot for a women's magazine.One woman writing anonymously to a women's magazine told of her distress at a particularly dehumanizing gynaecological examination.And Books for Giving will be inserted in the November issue of a high circulation women's magazine.In women's magazines and educational material the apple conjures good food and health.It relates to two powerful but implicit assumptions in the messages of women's magazines.This chapter deals with the different linguistic choices that shapes women's magazine advertisements.It was useless to try to hoard silk stockings, stated the women's magazines.The prime minister's spin doctors paid great attention to women's magazines during the run-up to the poll.
From King Business Dictionarymagazinemag‧a‧zine /ˌmægəˈziːnˈmægəziːn/ noun [countable] a large thin book containing news, articles, photographs etc which is produced weekly or monthlyThe magazine has a weekly circulation (=the number of copies sold) of four million.the success ofmagazine advertising inhouse magazine trade magazineOrigin magazine (1500-1600) Early French, building where things are stored, from Old Provençal, from Arabic makhazin, plural of makhzan storehouse