magazine

magazine
magazine [mag΄ə zēn′, mag′ə zēn΄]
n.
[Fr magasin < OFr magazin < It magazzino < Ar makhāzin, pl. of makhzan, a storehouse, granary < khazana, to store up]
1. a place of storage, as a warehouse, storehouse, or military supply depot
2. a space in which ammunition and explosives are stored, as a building or room in a fort, or a section of a warship
3. a supply chamber, as a space in or container on a rifle or pistol from which cartridges are fed, or a space in or container on a camera from which a protected roll of film is fed
4. the things kept in a magazine, as munitions or supplies
5. [from the idea of “storehouse of information”]
a) a publication, usually with a paper back and sometimes illustrated, that appears at regular intervals and contains stories, articles, etc. by various writers and, usually, advertisements
b) a newspaper section similar to this
6. a television program, appearing regularly, with brief informational segments

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