Definition of magazine
- a fashion magazine
- a gardening magazine
She subscribes to several gardening magazines.
the village kept a magazine where people left common supplies
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First Known Use: 1583See Words from the same year
: a type of thin book with a paper cover that contains stories, essays, pictures, etc., and that is usually published every week or month
: a radio or television program that discusses different topics
: a part of a gun that holds bullets
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an inn where caravans rest at night
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