a sort of book with a paper cover and usually large pages, which contains written articles, photographs, and advertisements, usually on a special subject or for a certain group of people, and which is printed and sold every week or month
a storehouse or room for arms, explosives, bullets, etc.
the part of a gun in which bullets are placed before firing
"it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
"tripped over a pile of magazines"
"he works for a magazine"
No magazine, from the warehouses of the East India Company to the..baker's shop, possesses the smallest degree of safety.