How to Pronounce ream?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ream" is [ɹˈiːm], [ɹˈiːm], [ɹ_ˈiː_m].

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"Ream" in context

Ream is a unit of measure for paper volume traditionally consisting of 500 sheets (20 quires) of paper grouped together and cut to a specific size. Reams are typically used for office and school supplies such as printer paper, sketchbooks, and notepads. The term ream has been used for centuries and is related to an older measure of paper known as a quire.

The term ream is derived from an Arabic word meaning "row" or "row of paper". It has been used to quantify amounts of paper for over 1000 years.

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