In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of book, newspaper)página feminineshe turned the page — volvió la página / la hoja
- the news has made the front page — la noticia ha aparecido en primera plana / página
- the article takes up a full page — el artículo viene publicado a toda página
- he took four pages of notes — tomó cuatro páginas / carillas de apuntes
- a shameful page in our history — una página vergonzosa de nuestra historia
- The op-ed pages of every newspaper are filled with strong opinions.
- Part of the debate occurred in the public square of newspaper opinion pages and magazines.
- Photographs of her decadent studio parties regularly graced the society pages of magazines and newspapers.
- Usually, we devote our editorial pages to the work of established residential architects.
- I've never gone and given a full blessing to an entire newspaper op-ed page before.
- Anybody who reads the editorial page is not for us anyway.
- The decision was taken to withhold all advertising from the main broadsheet news pages of the paper.
- Overall, I'm confident the great majority of publishers and opinion page editors embrace diversity.
- We don't do the dainty minuet of the newspaper editorial page.
- In your May Letters pages, Des Lambert wrote of the Cornish use of the word directly (pronounced dreckly) to convey an impending event.
- The reason his name leaped out from the fine print of the obit page was the cover art of his Columbia records, which I never forgot.
- I'll read the letters page of any newspaper within reach.
- They are, essentially, just an extended version of a newspaper editorial page with many varied, individual voices.
- Isn't a newspaper editorial page supposed to give its opinion on whether a nominee is good or not?
- Lawyer Richard Potter points out that the odd word said in jest in the gossip pages of newspapers and magazines can also cause legal headaches.
- On the op-ed pages of major newspapers, however, the number of female columnists is roughly that of 25 years ago.
- Banks aren't just the kind of businesses that we read about on the stock market page of the newspaper.
- Start reading the business pages of the newspapers, the editorials on topics you hate, weird articles,… anything that is boring.
- He also handles the obituary page on the local newspaper.
- An article printed on Friday's opinion page in a local newspaper, had also strongly questioned if running is an appropriate first step.
- At last count there were 200,000 pages stored on the company's servers.
- The messages are not actually kept in the air: they're stored on an Internet page.
- The help section on the admin page gives detailed descriptions on how to use the web interface.
- You see, in the Tools section there is a page that allows you to look for firmware updates and the like.
- The software did everything from resetting Internet start pages to burying computer screens in a flurry of pop-up ads.
1(attendant)paje masculine(in hotel) botones masculine
- He was also a half-brother of you and was a page at that wedding.
2(in US: in legislature)mensajero masculine
1(over loudspeaker)llamar por megafoníapaging Mr Nelson — aviso para el Sr Nelson
- You get panicky and page your friend who's capable of tackling such problems.
- I paged him, and he left the broadcast booth to help talk me through this.
- My wife was very distressed and paged me in the House of Commons.
- They decide to contact the on-call cardiologist, Dr. Grace Holloway, who is at a performance of Madama Butterfly when she is paged, to the annoyance of her boyfriend, Brian.
- He was at Shannon Airport waiting to fly to Dublin for a squad session when he was paged.
- Anyway, I don't want to tarry for too long as I don't want the hospital to page me.
- A missing person report was filed with Bedfordshire Police but a few days later he paged a friend to say he was staying at a hotel in Bombay.
- How would you all feel if I didn't answer when you paged me?
- Tap a designated part of the car, and if your driver is holding the device, it pages him!
- We could get someone to page Daniel Bowen then all go up in a group to answer it.
- They stat paged me to come to the emergency room.
- Kira's daydream was broke with a soft voice addressed her ‘Kira, someone paged me?’
- Members were paged and were fighting the fire within 10 minutes of being called.
- We'd literally walk into a store and have the manager page the forklift guy.
- In my first year as a camp director, if I left the camp for any reason, I was paged constantly and met upon my return with wails of ‘We didn't know what to do without you!’
- Olanrewaju told him he was looking for the duty inspector at the fuel station who had paged him that night for advice but whom he could not find.
- First, started out the evening of the accident, I was paged by the Somerset 911 system and asked to call communications over the phone, which told me we were dealing with something right away out of the ordinary.
- On November 21, Felix paged Johnson and drove to the health club.
- If she gets busy she pages me and I go retrieve him.
- Rainman had called and left a message to page him as soon as I got the message.
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