NOUN:1a. The act of spreading. b. Dissemination, as of news; diffusion. 2a. An open area of land; an expanse. b. A ranch, a farm, or an estate. 3. The extent or limit to which something is or can be spread; range. 4. A cloth covering for a bed, table, or other piece of furniture. 5. Informal An abundant meal laid out on a table. 6. A food to be spread on bread or crackers. 7a. Two facing pages of a magazine or newspaper, often with related matter extending across the fold.
b. A story or advertisement running across two or more columns of a magazine or newspaper.
1 a: the act or process of spreading b: extent of spreading
2: something spread out: as a: a surface area : expanse b (1): a ranch or homestead especially in the western United States (2)West : a herd of animals c (1): a prominent display in a periodical (2): two facing pages (as of a newspaper) usually with matter running across the fold
; also : the matter occupying these pages
layout that covers two facing pages in a magazine or newspaper. If such a layout is featured in the center of the magazine or newspaper, it is called a center spread.http://www.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?us...
Title: F) Double-page spread from the magazine Punch, parodying Thomas Carlyle as Lord Rector, 14 April 1866, with the associated cartoon
Scran ID: 000-000-579-424-C
Resource Rights Holder: National Library of Scotland
Dop|pel|sei|te [f. 11] zwei nebeneinanderliegende Seiten (eines Buches, einer Zeitung)http://www.xipolis.net/suche/trefferliste.php
1. Dop|pel|sei|te, die (Zeitungsw.): zwei nebeneinanderliegende Seiten, die ein Thema umfassen.http://images.google.com/images?hl=de&client=...http://images.google.com/images?hl=de&client=...