zine
noun Etymology: -zine (as in fanzine) Date: 1965 magazine; especially a noncommercial often homemade or online publication usually devoted to specialized and often unconventional subject matter <
a punk zine
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a feminist zine
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • zine — ☆ zine or zine [zēn ] n. 〚/span> (MAGA)ZINE〛 1. a cheaply printed magazine published irregularly by amateurs, esp. one featuring images and ideas reflecting unconventional, often alienated thought 2. a magazine published on the Web * * * zine… …   Universalium

  • zine — ● zine nom féminin Faire zine, au Canada (Acadie), causer de la répugnance ; dégoûter. ● zine (expressions) nom féminin Faire zine, au Canada (Acadie), causer de la répugnance ; dégoûter. zine [zin] n. m. ÉTYM. V. 1970; abrév. de magazine. ❖ …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 'zine — zine, zine zine(z[=e]n), n. [shortened from magazine.] A publication similar to a magazine[4] but in electronic rather than printed form, maintained as data files on a computer and accessible via the {world wide web}. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • zine — zine, zine zine(z[=e]n), n. [shortened from magazine.] A publication similar to a magazine[4] but in electronic rather than printed form, maintained as data files on a computer and accessible via the {world wide web}. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Zine — (IPA: /ziːn/), del vocablo inglés: magazine: revista es una publicación pequeña, no comercial y de poca difusión (menos de 10.000 lectores). Estas son producidas por aficionados y periodistas amateur. Algunos Zines son escritos por voluntarios… …   Wikipedia Español

  • 'zine — UK [ziːn] / US [zɪn] or zine UK / US noun [countable] Word forms zine : singular zine plural zines informal an informal magazine produced either on paper or on the Internet, written by people who are not professional writers …   English dictionary

  • zine — UK [ziːn] / US [zɪn] or zine UK / US noun [countable] Word forms zine : singular zine plural zines informal an informal magazine produced either on paper or on the Internet, written by people who are not professional writers …   English dictionary

  • zine — ☆ zine or zine [zēn ] n. [< (MAGA)ZINE] 1. a cheaply printed magazine published irregularly by amateurs, esp. one featuring images and ideas reflecting unconventional, often alienated thought 2. a magazine published on the Web …   English World dictionary

  • 'zine — or zine [[t]zin[/t]] n. 1) lit. an individualistic, small circulation magazine typically produced cheaply by a single nonprofessional enthusiast 2) cmp such a magazine existing on the World Wide Web • Etymology: 1960–65; clipping of fanzine …   From formal English to slang

  • Zine — 〈[zi:n] n. 15; umg.; kurz für〉 Magazin [engl.] …   Universal-Lexikon

  • zine — [zi:n] n informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: magazine] a small magazine, usually about popular culture, that is written by people who are not professional writers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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