paper

n.
lecture, treatise
essay

1) to deliver, give, offer, present, read a paper

2) to publish; write a paper

3) (in a school, at a university) to do, write; hand in a paper (the pupils did a paper on the problem of air pollution; the students were required to hand in their papers by the end of the semester)

4) an invited; position; term; test paper

5) a paper about, on

6) a paper for (I had to do a paper for my history course)

document

7) a green (BE); white paper

negotiable instruments

8) commercial; negotiable paper

material made from wood pulp

9) to recycle (scrap) paper

10) blank; blotting; bond; carbon; cigarette; filter; glossy; graph; lined; litmus; manila; scrap; scratch (esp. AE); tar; tissue; toilet; tracing; typing; wax, waxed; wrapping; writing paper

11) (misc.) a ream of paper

sheet of writing material

12) to line paper

13) a piece, sheet; scrap of paper

14) on paper ('in written form')

newspaper

15) to get a paper out, publish a paper

16) a school; trade paper (see also newspaper)

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['peɪpə]
blotting
glossy
graph
lined
litmus
manila
negotiable paper
publish a paper
read a paper
scrap of paper
test paper
waxed
wrapping
write a paper
scratch (esp. AE)
trade paper (see also newspaper)
hand in a paper (the pupils did a paper on the problem of air pollution; the students were required to hand in their papers by the end of the semester)
(in a school, at a university) to do
(misc.) a ream of paper
['lecture, treatise'] ['essay'] to deliver
['material made from wood pulp'] to recycle (scrap) paper
['negotiable instruments'] commercial
['newspaper'] to get a paper out
['sheet of writing material'] to line paper
a piece
a school
a paper about
an invited
to publish
on paper ('in written form')
['document'] a green (BE)
a paper for (I had to do a paper for my history course)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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