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mag

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmagmag /mæɡ/ noun [countable]  informalTCN a magazine music mags
Examples from the Corpus
magSo writers published in this and most mags are due the courtesy of polite negatives.Well, Paul believes the time is right to launch a new mag on the same lines.Marie's left a load of mags behind, so I pick one up and have a flick through it.Please keep up the accurate reviews and show the rival mags what a bunch of amateurs they are.The every-other-week sports mag is expected on newsstands next spring.They're just using the mags as an outlet for their sexy thoughts and fantasies.I am finding your mag interesting and am not having to dive for the dictionary too often.
From Longman Business Dictionarymagmag /mæg/ informal noun [countable] a magazine
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