Definition of Ream:
The number of sheets in a pack or packs. The rims of plain or office papers have 500 sheets, the rims for printers have 516 sheets and the traditional rims (which are still used for handmade paper) have 480 sheets.
0 (first 480) sheets of paper.
Phonetic Pronunciation of Ream
Origin of word Ream
Late Middle English from Old English ream ‘cream’, of uncertain origin.
Synonyms of Ream
Gouge out, Mace, Stationery, Chew out, Needle, Sit on, Gyp, Gobs, Run through, Ream out, Skewer, Chew ass, Slew, Cuss out, Give a going-over, Broach, Diddle, Spear, Stab, Bugger, Lance, Beat, Honeycomb, Trepan, Sodomize, Spit, Gore, Oodles, Ream ass, Page, Bite, Perforate, Countersink, Open up, Riddle, Stick, Jack up, Pierce, Bore, Give hell, Gouge, Leaf, Punch, Pink, Empierce, Transpierce, Fix, Chew, Sheet, Tap, Chisel, Prick, Cozen, Trephine, Give the deuce, Bawl out, Cardboard, Spike, Give hail Columbia, Paper, Auger, Puncture, Hole, Fellate, Screw, Wads, Do, Quire, Give what-for, Masturbate, Quantities, Impale, Transfix, Loads, Drill, Heap, Lambaste, Penetrate, Bilk
How to use Ream in a sentence?
- In fact, I thought the amount of paper with my printer was the same package I bought when I arrived in New York.
Meaning of Ream & Ream Definition