- news agency
- news agency ► NOUN ▪ an organization that collects and distributes news items.
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news agency — ♦♦♦ news agencies N COUNT A news agency is an organization that gathers news stories from a particular country or from all over the world and supplies them to journalists. A correspondent for Reuters news agency says he saw a number of… … English dictionary
news agency — news .agency n an organization that collects news stories and supplies them to newspapers, radio, and television … Dictionary of contemporary English
news agency — news ,agency noun count a business that provides newspapers and television stations with news from around the world … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
news agency — ☆ news agency n. an organization that supplies news to newspapers, radio and television stations, etc. that subscribe to its services … English World dictionary
news agency — 1. a business organization that gathers news for transmittal to its subscribers. Cf. press association. 2. a business that sells newspapers at retail. [1870 75, Amer.] * * * or news service or wire service Organization that gathers, writes, and… … Universalium
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news agency — noun an agency to collects news reports for newspapers and distributes it electronically • Syn: ↑press agency, ↑wire service, ↑press association, ↑news organization, ↑news organisation • Hypernyms: ↑agency … Useful english dictionary
news agency — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms news agency : singular news agency plural news agencies a business that provides newspapers and television stations with news from around the world … English dictionary
news agency — agency that collects and distributes news to newspapers (and television stations, etc.) … English contemporary dictionary
news agency — news′ a′gency n. a business organization that gathers news for transmittal to newspapers, magazines, broadcasting stations, and other subscribers • Etymology: 1870–75, amer … From formal English to slang