1.the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher
e.g. when it began to rain he covered his head with anewspaper
2.a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets
contains news and articles and advertisements
e.g. he read hisnewspaper at breakfast
3.a business firm that publishes newspapers
e.g. Murdoch owns many newspapers
Synonym: papernewspaper publisher
4.cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers
e.g. they used bales ofnewspaper every day
Anewspaper is a publication consisting of a number of large sheets of folded paper, on which news, advertisements, and other information is printed.
e.g. He was carrying anewspaper...
e.g. They read their daughter's allegations in thenewspaper.
Anewspaper is an organization that produces a newspaper.
e.g. It is Britain's fastest growing national dailynewspaper...
e.g. Alexander Lazarus is a food critic for thenewspaper.
Newspaper consists of pieces of old newspapers, especially when they are being used for another purpose such as wrapping things up.
e.g. He found two pots, each wrapped innewspaper.
1. 报：校报(Newspaper):学生在这门课上学习怎样编辑,出版,印刷报纸. 学生们的杰作便是校报了. 校报一般是一个月出一份,内容广泛,展示同学们的个性、才华.
Living an Independent Life-(独立生活)
A：Mom, I want to move out.
B：Hey, sounds great to me, kid. What kind of job did you find?
B：Yes, job. If you’re going to live on your own, you have to pay for rent and everything else.
A：I thought I could just get you and Dad to pay for an apartment. I found a cheap one.
B：When you move out, your father and I aren’t paying your rent, young man. Get a job.
A：You’re right. If I’m going to live on my own, I have to be independent.
B：Well, thenewspaper is over there. Look in the want ads, but I don’t know what you’re going to find without a college degree.
A：We want to use the right marketing mix to reach our target market.
B：Certainly. We've done some tactical planning already. We think we've come up with a good plan.
A：What media do you plan to use?
B：Well, taking into account the image you want to project, we've asked our copywriters to prepare copy for computer magazines and the internet first.
A：So that way, our advertising dollars would be focused on people we know are computer users.
B：Yes. We'll also run billboard andnewspaper ads to help create broad brand recognition.
A：Will there be any direct mail?
B：No. That would not be correct for a manufacturer like you. Leave that to the retailers.
A：Good point. Please prepare a more detailed proposal, and then I'll pitch it to the higher-ups.
B：Great. We'll get started right away.
To hear the news from your favourite announcer is like buying your favourite newspaper.出自：Daily Herald
Events reported in the newspapers seemed too incredible to be taken seriously.出自：V. Brittain
Blanket censorship and the silencing of all opposition newspapers.出自：C. Hampton
误 I read about the news from yesterday's newspaper.
正 I read about the news in yesterday's newspaper.我很有兴趣研究在报纸上刊登的地图。
误 I took a keen interest in studying maps that appeared on the newspapers.
正 I took a keen interest in studying maps that appeared in the newspapers.
析 英语中习惯用in the newspaper表示“在报纸上的内容”,而不用其他介词。她每天看报纸。
误 She saw the newspaper every day.
正 She read the newspaper every day.
误 My article is published by today's newspaper.
正 My article appears in today's newspaper.
1. In Norway Willy supported himself by newspapering.
1. I read about the writer's suicide in an eveningnewspaper.
2. He writes leading articles for thenewspaper.
3. She works for anewspaper.
4. He is anewspaper boy.