But at least I'd got the squared paper or I'd have had problems drawing it all to scale.
She sat at the table with pen and paper.
The printer has run out of paper.
Think how many trees died to provide the paper for this book.
a sheet of pretty wrapping paper
n. = newspaper
I saw an advert in the paper.
I might get a paper in the village.
n. a piece of paper：一张纸
an A4 piece of paper
n. on paper：以书面形式；在纸上；理论上
It was the first time I had put it all down on paper. I found it helped.
On paper, their country is a multi-party democracy.
The family is estimated to have been worth, on paper at least, more than £1.1billion.
It was a good idea on paper, but failed in practice.
a new government paper on European policy
The Foreign Secretary drew up a paper on the Congo and asked for its views.
He's just published a paper in the journal Nature.
I've been asked to give a paper on nuclear fission.
He failed the history paper.
We sat each paper in the Hall.
She finished the exam paper.
the ten common errors that appear most frequently in student papers
They expressed deep mistrust of the paper promises.
They bought paper plates for the party.
a paper bag
We're papering the hall at the weekend.
We have papered this bedroom in softest grey.
n. not be worth the paper it is written on：毫无价值；一纸空文