Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Magazine"

The meaning of "Magazine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does at a magazine mean?
A: (working, or in the office of) a magazine.

I worked at a magazine for 2 years.
Q: What does magazine columnist mean?
A: A person who writes a column (a regular series of articles) for a magazine.
Q: What does high-capacity magazines mean?
A: A magazine is part of a gun that holds bullets waiting to be fired. It also feeds the bullets into the gun. A high-capacity magazine holds more bullets than a standard capacity magazine. It is used so that the shooter can fire more bullets before having to stop to change or reload the magazine.
Q: What does magazine mean?
A: Magazine - revista
Mas pode implica 'search (busca) ou inspection (exame militar) também
Jornal - newspaper
Q: What does "magazines" mean?
A: Revistas 🎉

Synonyms of "Magazine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to read a financial magazine and to read a financial journal ?
A: A journal is usually used for things that have research backings to it and they've probably spent some time conducting research before publishing their research paper. The research paper would then enter a journal. Typically, several papers would comprise a journal. But if you want to specify only one, then you would say a journal entry. For example

A magazine is a more "casual" than of a journal's. Magazine entries would likely refer or base their information from a journal.

Also, a journal is likely to provide more information and depth to a topic than of a magazine.

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between I mailed it to the magazine and I mailed it off to the magazine ?
A: They are quite similar. Mailed off has a sense of you not necessarily expecting a reply.
Q: What is the difference between read a magazine. and look through a magazine. ?
A: They both can mean the same thing, although read through can mean you're actually paying attention to what's inside and reading it, while looking through it means you are casually going through it without reading.

It depends on the context of how it's being used.
Q: What is the difference between this magazine is on movie stars. and this magazine is about movie stars. ?
A: They are both have the same meaning of the magazine being the subject of movie stars.

Usually on is used when you are seeking further knowledge of a certain subject.
Example: I am reading on how movie stars are positively and negatively portrayed in the media.

About us usually used when you talking about something general:

I am reading this magazine about movie stars.

Q: What is the difference between She was on the magazine and She was in the magazine ?
A: If it were said to me, I would interpret it as:
1. "She was on the magazine." - on the cover.
2. "She was in the magazine." - on one of the pages inside the magazine.

Translations of "Magazine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 잡지사에서 일하고 있어요.
I'm working at the magazine company.
A: I work for a magazine company. / I work at a magazine.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? メルマガ配信日 1.mail magazine delivery date 2. mail magazine distribution data or...?
A: 1. is ok
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? magazines
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? magazine ou revue scientifique
A: review (presse) or magazine ce sont des mots transparents en général
scientific journal peut aussi marcher
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which is correct "a magazine about boxing" or "boxing magazine"? Are there any other variants?
A: Both are correct. I think the first is more common only because boxing magazines aren't spoken of as much.

Other questions about "Magazine"

Q: our magazine is going to be issued tomorrow!!
New reporter from Canada will appear. 
Don't miss it!! does this sound natural?
A: I'd say...

Our magazine is going to be issued tomorrow!!
A new reporter from Canada is contributing.
Don't miss it!!
Q: The free magazine of this weeks' issues was published!! You can get at subway station, hospital and so on. The Red color rack is the mark! does this sound natural?
A: More natural:
"This week's free magazine issue is out! You can get yours at subway stations, hospitals, etc. Look for the red rack!"
Q: have these magazines been just read? does this sound natural?
A: @warm_sunset: oh sorry because I thought you were asking for natural or unnatural. so just been read may be a better order 😉
Q: I bought a magazine in order to know about Paris. does this sound natural?
A: "I bought a magazine so I could learn about Paris." と思います。:)
Q: In some magazine interviews, other band members said that he made every kind of meal such as omelets and curry while they were in the States. This looks like a Chinese dish though.

Notes: Replying to the question about what he's making in a photo. does this sound natural?
A: "He made all kinds of meals such as ...."
Or much better
"He cooked all kinds of dishes such as .."

The rest is okay :)

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