magazine definition

  • noun:
    • A periodical containing an accumulation of articles, tales, photos, or other functions.
    • A television program that displays multiple topics, often on present events, in a format very often includes interviews and discourse.
    • a spot where products are kept, especially a building in a fort or a storeroom on a warship where ammo is kept.
    • The articles of a storehouse, particularly a stock of ammunition.
    • A compartment in some kinds of firearms, usually a little detachable field, in which cartridges are held to-be provided in to the firing chamber.
    • A compartment in a camera in which moves or cartridges of film take place for feeding through publicity method.
    • some of numerous compartments attached to machines, used for saving or supplying necessary material.
    • A periodical publication, usually consisting of sheets of report folded in two and stapled at fold.
    • An ammunition storehouse.
    • Detachable ammo holder allowing numerous rounds of ammo to be fed to a gun.
    • A receptacle where such a thing is stored, specially armed forces shops, as ammo, arms, provisions, etc.
    • The building or room when the availability of dust is held in a fortification or a ship.
    • A chamber in a gun for holding several cartridges become given instantly to the piece.
    • A pamphlet posted occasionally containing miscellaneous reports or compositions.
    • A country or district specifically rich in organic products.
    • A city considered an advertising center.
    • A reservoir or provide chamber for a stove, battery, camera, typesetting machine, or any other device.
    • a shop, or store, in which products tend to be kept obtainable.
    • A receptacle for which something is kept; a storehouse; a warehouse.
    • Specifically
    • A strong building, constructed usually of stone or stone, for keeping firmly levels of gunpowder or any other volatile material, and warlike stores, for either industrial or military reasons.
    • The close area in the hold of a man-of-war where in actuality the ammunition is kept.
    • The cartridge-chamber of a magazine-rifle.
    • The fuel-chamber of a magazine-stove. See here.
    • A pamphlet sporadically published, containing various documents or compositions.
    • product comprising a paperback periodic book as a physical object
    • a light-tight offer chamber holding the movie and supplying it for visibility as necessary
    • a metal framework or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun
    • a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) in which weapons and ammunition tend to be saved
    • a company company that posts mags
    • a periodic publication containing images and tales and articles of great interest to those that purchase it or contribute to it
  • adjective:
    • Of or concerning periodicals: a magazine story.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To store in, or as in, a magazine; to store up for usage.
  • others:
    • to keep up or build up for future use.
    • To conduct or edit a magazine.

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