Definition of the Daily Mail from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


the Daily Mail

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(informal the Mail)
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one of Britain's national daily newspapers, started in 1896 by Alfred Harmsworth, who later became Lord Northcliffe. It presents political views that are generally right-wing. It has a tabloid format (= size of page) and is considered to be part of the 'popular press', not one of the 'quality papers'. Could you get me a copy of the Daily Mail? see also Mail on Sunday