A bundle, package, or quantity of paper, usually consisting of twenty quires or 480 sheets.
Printers. 500 sheets
A measurement unit for paper, usually 500 sheets.
Stack or package of paper containing a number of sheets - usually 480, 500 or 1,000.
A term denoting a number of sheets of paper ranging from 480 to 516, most commonly 500.
a large quantity of written matter; "he wrote reams and reams"
a quantity of paper; 480 or 500 sheets; one ream equals 20 quires
remove by making a hole with a reamer; "ream paper"
a specific number of sheets and has nothing to do with the weight of the paper
a standard unit of numerical paper quantity
A large roll of paper that has been pressed.
Certain number of sheets of paper, wrapped in protecting paper.
Most often 500 sheets, although it can be less (often 250) for heavy papers.
Five hundred sheets of paper.
A quantity of paper: 480 sheets of handmade, 500 sheets of machine made.
The basic unit for ordering paper. A ream is 500 sheets.
500 sheets of paper.
A quantity of paper, measured by area. For fine papers (not intended to be absorbent), one ream is usually 500 sheets. For absorbent tissue papers, one ream can equal 2880 square feet or 3000 square feet, depending upon the company.
A unit of measurement for sheets of paper; normally 500.
term used for a quantity of sheets of paper, traditionally twenty quires (480 sheets) of paper but could vary with the type of paper. Now consists of 500 sheets.
Five hundreds sheets of paper
nbspFive hundred sheets of paper.