one side of a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, etc.; this sheet of paper itself
sth which might be written about in a book, etc., such as an important event or period
number the pages of (a book, newspaper, etc.); turn aside pages
call aloud for (sb who is wanted for some reason), especially through a loud-speaker
"He is paging in Congress this summer"
As a page, Wart had learned to lay the tables..and to bring meat from the kitchen.
出自： T. H. White
Turning over the pages of a book I have been reading.
出自： C. Isherwood
They saw the morning paper, the headlines on the front page.
出自： J. Frame
These papers are all out of order—will you page them up for me?
误 Eat the things listed in〔at,to〕 page 5, please.
正 Eat the things listed on page 5, please.
误 Please turn your books on page 101.
正 Please turn your books to page 101.
正 Please open your books at page 101.
正 Please open your books to page 101.