Noun (etymology 2)
- A bundle, package, or quantity of paper, nowadays usually containing 500 sheets.
- An abstract large amount of something.
- I can't go - I still have reams of work left.
Verb (etymology 2)
- To enlarge a hole, especially using a reamer; to bore a hole wider.
- To shape or form, especially using a reamer.
- To remove (material) by reaming.
- To remove burrs and debris from a freshly bored hole.
- To yell at or berate.
- To sexually penetrate in a rough and painful way, by analogy with definition 1.
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