Definition of the New York Times from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

the New York Times

 
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a famous US newspaper read mainly by people who are well educated. The paper is published each morning in New York and can also be bought all round the world. There is also a large Sunday issue. The Times first appeared in 1851 (as the New York Daily Times) and has won more Pulitzer Prizes than any other newspaper, including one for the Pentagon Papers. The New York Times Company also owns radio and television stations, magazines and other newspapers, including the International New York Times.
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