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page in Communications topic

pagepage2 verb [transitive]  1 TCto call someone’s name out in a public place, especially using a loudspeaker, in order to find them She hurried to the reception desk and asked the girl to page her husband.2 TCBto send a message to someone’s pager asking them to go somewhere or telephone someone He was constantly being paged during meetings. the paging network page down page through something page up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pageI couldn't find Jenny at the airport, so I had her paged.Its paging business was booming, and annual operating profits broke the $ 1 billion mark.Don't page me after 10 o'clock.The same thing happens when I page people and have to punch in the number to dial back.