One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a book of 672 pages’
folio, sheet, side, leaf
2‘a glorious page in this distinguished writer's life’
period, time, episode, stage, phase, epoch, era, chapter
event, incident, point
1‘a page in a hotel’
errand boy, pageboy, messenger boy
North American bellboy, bellhop
British dated, informal Buttons
2‘a page at a wedding’
attendant, pageboy, train-bearer
1‘could you please page Mr Johnson in the dining room?’
call, call for, ask for, broadcast for, summon, send for
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