1. a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
2. an essay (especially one written as an assignment);
3. a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements;
4. a scholarly article describing the results of observations or stating hypotheses;
5. medium for written communication;
6. a business firm that publishes newspapers;
7. a newspaper as a physical object;
1. cover with paper;
2. cover with wallpaper
1. made of paper;
Wad the space with paper, please.
We learned the matter from an American paper.
In the examination paper Qestion 2 was a gift.
I often read his column in the local paper.
He jumbled the pages in the paper.
Only a few students passed the exam, so you can see that the paper must have been extremely stiff.
Have your organisation issue you with an identifying paper.
He quotes a few verses from Tennyson in his paper.
At the examination he peeped at his neighbour's paper.
The lawyer nib his pen, spread out his paper, and prepared to write.
From now on no one is to mention that slip of paper.
If you blow on a piece of paper, it moves.
John stormed into the meeting waving a piece of paper about.
This school punched holes in paper.
He writes on both sides of the sheet to conserve paper.
The paper splashed the story on page one.
They are neighbourhood paper.
They searched all the drawers for the missing paper.
He frightened the old lady into signing the paper.
Today our paper publishes its 10000 th number.
She doubled the sheet of the paper and put it away.
A piece of paper was folded in the card.
A police put some chemicals on the piece of paper and a line of words showed up.
There's a paragraph on the matter in the paper.
He chucked the paper in a drawer.
The paper gave all the lurid details of the murder.
Prick holes in the paper with a pin.
Snip a tiny hole in the paper.
a roll of toilet paper
He wiped away the blood with a paper napkin.
To put or keep out of sight; conceal
paper over a deficit with accounting gimmicks.
To downplay or gloss over (differences, for example), especially in order to maintain a nominal, apparent, or temporary unity.
be not worth the paper it is written on
be of no value or validity whatsoever despite having been written down
make the papers
be written about in newspapers and thus become famous or notorious
paper over the cracks
disguise problems or divisions rather than trying to solve them
In writing or print.
In theory, as opposed to actual performance or fact
It is a good team on paper, but its members play poorly together.
man with a paper ass
He seems like a man with a paper ass to me; don't pay him any attention.
composition, article, essay, paper, prose, thesis, theme, dissertation
There is relatively little information about paper, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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