US: /ˈmæɡəˌzin/
UK: /mˌæɡɐzˈiːn/

English Vietnamese dictionary

magazine /,mægə'zi:n/
  • danh từ
    • tạp chí
    • nhà kho; kho súng, kho đạn, kho thuốc nổ
    • ổ đạn (trong súng)
    • (nhiếp ảnh); (điện ảnh) vỏ cuộn phim (để nạp vào máy)

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
1 (also informal mag ) a type of large thin book with a paper cover that you can buy every week or month, containing articles, photographs, etc., often on a particular topic: a weekly / monthly magazine + a magazine article / interview + Her designer clothes were from the pages of a glossy fashion magazine.
2 a radio or television programme that is about a particular topic: a regional news magazine on TV + a magazine programme / program
3 the part of a gun that holds the bullets before they are fired
4 a room or building where weapons, explosives and bullets are stored

Thesaurus dictionary

1 periodical, journal, publication:
We publish a quarterly magazine about language.
2 arsenal, ammunition or munitions dump, armoury:
Saboteurs infiltrated the camp and blew up the magazine.

Collocation dictionary


new, old | rolled-up
She hit him with a rolled-up magazine.
| colour, glossy | monthly, quarterly, weekly | local, national, parish | school, student | house, in-house, official
the company's in-house magazine
| in-flight | popular | quality | special interest, specialist | teen/teenage, women's | business, trade | listings
Check a listings magazine for what's on this weekend.
| computer, consumer, fashion, gardening, literary, motoring, music, news, satirical, style, travel | girlie, (hard/soft) porn, porno/pornographic, sex


Why did you buy three copies of the same magazine?
| edition, issue


leaf through, look at, read
leafing through the magazines in the waiting room I never read magazines.
| edit, write for | produce, publish
a company that publishes fashion magazines
| buy, get, subscribe to
Which magazines do you get regularly?


come out
The magazine comes out once a month.
| be aimed at sb
a magazine aimed at mothers with young children
| be devoted to sth
a magazine devoted to country life
| carry sth, feature sth, run sth
The magazine carried an interview with the actor considered Hollywood's hottest property.


article, interview, story, survey | ad/advert/advertisement | cover | editor, writer


in a/the ~
an article in a women's magazine

Concise English dictionary

magazines‚mægəziːn /mægə'ziːn
+a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it
+product consisting of a paperback periodic publication as a physical object
+a business firm that publishes magazines
+a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required
+a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored
+a metal frame or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun