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ˈpeɪpə Listen
  • material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances, used for writing, drawing, or printing on, or as wrapping material.
    E.g. a sheet of paper
  • a sheet of paper with something written or printed on it.
    E.g. he riffled through the papers on his desk
  • a set of examination questions to be answered at one session.
    E.g. we had to sit a three-hour paper
  • an essay or dissertation, especially one read at an academic lecture or seminar or published in an academic journal.
    E.g. he published a highly original paper on pattern formation
  • free passes of admission to a theatre or other entertainment.
  • apply wallpaper to (a wall or room).
    E.g. the walls were papered in a Regency stripe
  • fill (a theatre) by giving out free tickets.
    E.g. surely the theatre could at least have papered the house if the box office was looking so poor

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