- (countable) A page is one side of a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, etc.
- The picture of the accident was on page one of the morning's paper.
- (countable) A page is a sheet of paper in a book, newspaper, etc.
- This book has one page missing.
- (countable) A page is the part of a document that you can see at one time on a computer screen.
- (countable) A web page is a computer document that can be accessed over the internet.
- This site has some of the most visited pages on the web.
- (countable) A page is a young person whose job is to help important people like knights, or members of parliament.
- The pages passed out copies of the new law.
- (transitive) If you page someone, make an announcement or send them a message asking them to contact you.
- Paging Dr. Horvat! Please, contact the nursing station.
- If you need me, just have them page me at the restaurant.
- (intransitive) If you page forward, back, through, etc. something with pages, you move from one page to another.
- I paged through the magazine, just looking at the pictures.
- Use the mouse to page down to the next screen.