Definition of read-in in English:

read-in

Syllabification: read-in

noun

Computing
The input or entry of data to a computer or storage device.
More example sentences
  • He hands it over, chomping at the bit to get the tape read-in.
  • Also, copyright information is arranged in an area of a control data block placed in a read-in area of the DVD-Audio disc.
  • Experimental dependencies between the memory signal and input signals are presented both for read-in and read-out operating modes.

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