in tabloid form

in tabloid form
в сжатом виде, кратко

Англо-русский словарь по полиграфии и издательскому делу. 2013.

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  • Tabloid — Tab loid (t[a^]b loid), a. 1. Compressed or condensed, as into a tabloid; administrated in or as in tabloids, or small condensed bits; as, a tabloid form of imparting information. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. of or pertaining to a tabloid newspaper… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • In tabloid form — В сжатом виде, кратко …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Tabloid talk show — Tabloid talk shows are a genre of American television talk shows that achieved peak viewership during the late 20th century. Airing mostly during the day and distributed mostly through syndication, this genre originated with the Phil Donahue Show …   Wikipedia

  • Tabloid television — is similar to tabloid newspapers. Tabloid television newscasts usually incorporate flashy graphics and sensationalized stories, some with little or no local relevance. Often, there is a heavy emphasis on crime, stories with good video, and… …   Wikipedia

  • tabloid — (n.) 1884, small tablet of medicine, trademark name (by Burroughs, Wellcome and Co.) for compressed or concentrated chemicals and drugs, formed from TABLET (Cf. tablet) + Greek derived suffix OID (Cf. oid). By 1898, it was being used figuratively …   Etymology dictionary

  • tabloid — ► NOUN ▪ a newspaper having pages half the size of those of the average broadsheet, typically popular in style. ORIGIN originally a proprietary term for a medicinal tablet: the current sense reflects the notion of information being presented in a …   English terms dictionary

  • tabloid — [19] Tabloid originated as a trade name for a brand of tablets of condensed medicine, registered in 1884 by Burroughs, Wellcome and Company. It was an alteration of tablet [14], which came from Old French tablete, a diminutive form of table… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • tabloid — I. adjective Etymology: from Tabloid, a trademark Date: 1901 1. compressed or condensed into small scope < tabloid criticism > 2. of, relating to, or resembling tabloids; especially featuring stories of violence, crime, or scandal presented in a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tabloid — tabloidism, n. /tab loyd/, n. 1. a newspaper whose pages, usually five columns wide, are about one half the size of a standard sized newspaper page. 2. a newspaper this size concentrating on sensational and lurid news, usually heavily illustrated …   Universalium

  • tabloid — [19] Tabloid originated as a trade name for a brand of tablets of condensed medicine, registered in 1884 by Burroughs, Wellcome and Company. It was an alteration of tablet [14], which came from Old French tablete, a diminutive form of table… …   Word origins

  • tabloid — tab·loid || tæblɔɪd n. small format newspaper providing news in a condensed form and containing sensational material or gossip …   English contemporary dictionary


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