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  1. ar·ti·cle
    IPA[ˈärdək(ə)l]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. bind by the terms of a contract, as one of apprenticeship.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: article, plural noun: articles

    • noun

      a particular item or object:

      a piece of writing included with others in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication:

    • verb

      bind (a trainee solicitor, architect, surveyor, or accountant) to undergo a period of training with a firm in order to become qualified:
    • noun

      a section of the Uniform Code of Military Justice allowing commanders to carry out discretionary punishments without judicial proceedings.

      a judgment or punishment issued under Article 15:

    • noun

      the principal article in a newspaper or magazine.
    • noun

      a determiner (a and an in English) that introduces a noun phrase and implies that the thing referred to is nonspecific (as in she bought me a book; government is an art; he went to a public school). Typically, the indefinite article is used to introduce new concepts into a discourse.
    • noun

      the chief editorial or article in a newspaper:
    • noun

      a determiner (the in English) that introduces a noun phrase and implies that the thing mentioned has already been mentioned, or is common knowledge, or is about to be defined (as in the book on the table; the art of government; the famous poet and short story writer).
    • noun

      a determiner (a and an in English) that introduces a noun phrase and implies that the thing referred to is non-specific (as in she bought me a book; government is an art; he went to a public school). Typically, the indefinite article is used to introduce new concepts into a discourse.
    • noun

      a newspaper article giving the editorial opinion:
    • noun

      a determiner (the in English) that introduces a noun phrase and implies that the thing mentioned has already been mentioned, or is common knowledge, or is about to be defined (as in the book on the table; the art of government; the famous public school in Berkshire).
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