1 in a book, etc.
back, front
facing, opposite

There's a photo of him on the opposite page.

left-hand, right-hand
following, next, preceding, previous
first, opening
final, last

Write each answer on a new page.

blank, empty

the glossy pages of magazines

printed, typed, typewritten

The speech did not transfer well to the printed page.

handwritten, written
contents, title
advertising, business, editorial, financial, gossip, obituary, op-ed (AmE), opinion, problem (BrE), sports (all in a newspaper, etc.)

the problem pages of magazines

calendar, scrapbook
scan, skim

She began to skim the pages for something of interest.

peruse (formal or humorous)

He wrote fifty pages in five hours.

turn, turn over, turn to

I turned the dog-eared pages of my old address book.

Turn to page 30 in the coursebook.

flick through (esp. BrE), flip through (esp. AmE), leaf through

She sat idly flipping through the pages of a fashion magazine.


He skipped a few pages and carried on reading.

rip, rip out, tear, tear out
splash sth across

The headlines were splashed across the front page of every newspaper.

dedicate, devote

Particularly sad are the pages devoted to the death of his mother.


Beautiful pictures fill the pages.


The news dominated the pages of the local newspaper.


Phyllis graced the pages of ‘Life’ magazine in 1953.

contain sth, describe sth, detail sth, explain sth, feature sth, include sth, list sth, provide sth

The front page features a warning about the dangers of drugs.

The page provides information about the company.

design, layout
at (a/the) page, to (a/the) page

Open your books at page 14. (esp. BrE)

Open your books to page 14. (AmE)

in the pages

The murder takes place in the opening pages of the novel.

on a/the page

The crossword is on the back page.

over the page

Her eyes skimmed over the page.

The article continues over the page (= on the other side of the page). (BrE)

at the bottom of the page, at the foot of the page
at the head of the page, at the top of the page

Write your name at the top of each page.

 … pages long

The story is thirty pages long.

run your eye down a page, run your finger down a page

I ran my finger down the page until I found the name I was looking for.

2 on the Internet
HTML, Internet, web
home, main
landing, splash
FAQ, index, login, search
scan, scroll down, skim

She began to scroll down the page looking for the address.

dedicate, devote

web pages devoted to people's cats

create, design
access, view, visit
display, download, load
refresh, update

The page is automatically updated every five minutes.

bookmark, post

It takes a few seconds for the web page to load.

on a/the page

The information you need is on the same page.

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

(attending a royal or noble personage or a legislature),

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