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Another word for page

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Noun
  1. One side of a sheet

      1. A left-hand page of a book or the reverse side of a leaf, as opposed to the recto.
      2. The back of a coin or medal.
      1. A right-hand page of a book or the front side of a leaf, on the other side of the verso.
      1. The outer or the topmost boundary of an object.
      2. A material layer constituting such a boundary.
      3. The boundary of a three-dimensional figure.
      1. A line bounding a plane figure.
      2. A surface bounding a solid figure.
      3. A surface of an object, especially a surface joining a top and bottom:
      1. A large sheet of paper folded once in the middle, making two leaves or four pages of a book or manuscript.
      2. A book or manuscript of the largest common size, usually about 38 centimeters (15 inches) in height, consisting of such folded sheets.
      3. A leaf of a book numbered only on the front side.
      1. A broad rectangular piece of fabric serving as a basic article of bedding.
      2. A broad, thin, usually rectangular mass or piece of material, such as paper, metal, glass, or plywood.
      3. A flat or very shallow, usually rectangular pan used for baking.
      1. A usually green, flattened, lateral structure attached to a stem and functioning as a principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in most plants.
      2. A leaflike organ or structure.
      3. Leaves considered as a group; foliage.
  2. A youth

    See also:

    servant

Verb
  1. To mark the pages

      1. Of or relating to leaves.
      2. Shaped like a leaf.
      3. Exhibiting foliation.
      1. To number the pages of; page.
      1. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee.
      1. A member of the set of positive integers; one of a series of symbols of unique meaning in a fixed order that can be derived by counting.
      2. A member of any of the following sets of mathematical objects: integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. These sets can be derived from the positive integers through various algebraic and analytic constructions.
      3. Arithmetic.
    See also:

    count