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whole
complete, including every part: [always before noun]
journalism
the work of writing articles for newspapers, magazines, television, or radio
journalist
someone whose job is journalism
be in charge
to be the person who has control of or is responsible for someone or something
editor
someone who is in charge of a newspaper or magazine
several
some, but not a lot:
national
relating to the whole of a country:
headline
[C] the title of a newspaper story that is printed in large letters above it:
current affairs ( US current events)
important political or social events that are happening in the world at the present time
section
one of the parts that something is divided into
international
relating to or involving two or more countries:
cultural
2. relating to music, art, theatre, literature, etc 1.relating to the habits, traditions, and beliefs of a society:
decline
a situation in which something becomes less in amount, importance, quality, or strength:
the press
newspapers and magazines, or the people who write them
clash (with sb over sth)
[I] › to fight or argue
axe
to get rid of something or someone suddenly:
protest
an occasion when people show that they disagree with something by standing somewhere, shouting, carrying signs, etc:
protest (about/against/at sth)
to show that you disagree with something by standing somewhere, shouting, carrying signs, etc
demonstrate
[I] to march or stand with a group of people to show that you disagree with or support someone or something: SYN protest
demonstration
an occasion when a group of people march or stand together to show that they disagree with or support someone or something
threat
a statement that sb may kill,hurt,or punish you if you don't do what they want .
threaten
[T] to tell someone that you will kill or hurt them, or cause problems for them if they do not do what you want:
claim (sth /that /to do sth)
SAY [T] a statement that something is true, although you have not proved it:
pension
money that is paid regularly by the government or a private company to a person who has stopped working because they are old or sick
pensioner
someone who receives a pension
pledge
a ​serious or ​formal ​promise, ​especially one to give ​money or to be a ​friend, or something that you give as a ​sign that you will ​keep a ​promise:
pledge
to make a ​serious or ​formal ​promise to give or do something:
aid
[U] ​help or ​support: