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Silabificación: Read·ing
Pronunciación: /ˈrediNG
  • 1A town in southern England, on the Kennet River near its junction with the Thames River; population 142,300 (est. 2009).
  • 2An industrial and commercial city in southeastern Pennsylvania, on the Schuylkill River; population 80,506 (est. 2008).

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Palabra del día skosh
Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
a small amount; a little

Hay 2 definiciones de Reading en inglés:


Silabificación: read·ing
Pronunciación: /ˈrēdiNG


  • 1The action or skill of reading written or printed matter silently or aloud: suggestions for further reading the reading of a will [as modifier]: reading skills a cursory reading of the minutes
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    • More than just reading skills are impaired, you can count on it.
    • A country of ten-year-olds should concentrate on their reading and comprehension skills.
    • His reading and writing skills have also dramatically changed.
    perusal, study, scan, scanning; browse (through), look (through), glance (through), leaf (through), skim (through)
  • 1.1Written or printed matter that can be read: his main reading was detective stories his file certainly makes interesting reading
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    • These biographies make fascinating reading filled with personal memories.
    • Your CV on the Department of Education's website makes for fascinating reading.
    • Also on that page is some fascinating reading about how earthquakes prove that the Earth is hollow.
  • 1.2 [usually with adjective] Knowledge of literature: a man of wide reading
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    • Yet it is no surprise that the man who emerges in these pages should be so broadly intelligent, with a wide reading and knowledge of the arts.
    • These are the fruit of her intense and wide reading in primary literature.
    • It is my firm belief, based on experience and fairly wide reading, that they are wrong.
  • 1.3An occasion at which poetry or other pieces of literature are read aloud to an audience.
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    • She was an accomplished reader of her own verse, and found a new young audience at the poetry readings which flourished in the 1960s.
    • Hence, perhaps, her later insistence on singing to the captive audiences at her poetry readings.
    • They also gained wider audiences through public readings in both poetry and prose.
  • 1.4A piece of literature or passage of scripture read aloud to a group of people: readings from the Bible
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    • The combined choirs will sing the traditional carols of the Christmas season and in addition there will be readings from Sacred Scripture.
    • There are many ways, but today let's focus on two, both of which are related to the Scripture readings we will hear at Mass.
    • Each service includes short scripture readings, petitions regarding mourning, suggestions for reflection, and room for journaling.
    passage, lesson; section, piece; recital, recitation
  • 2An interpretation: feminist readings of Goethe his reading of the situation was justified
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    • It won't be a perfect fit, any more than modern feminist readings of the Bible are a perfect fit, but it will do for the time being.
    • McLeish believes it is the combination of strength, skill and also his reading of the game which makes him so difficult to play against.
    • He isn't as fast as Cole, but has tremendous skill and reading of the game.
    interpretation, construal, understanding, explanation, analysis
  • 3A figure or amount shown by a meter or other measuring instrument: radiation readings were taken every hour
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    • To reduce measurement error, this instrument takes three readings and computes an average.
    • If there is a large discrepancy between the water meter readings and the amount of water shown on the bill, a specialist is sent to investigate the problem.
    • Even frequent meter readings provided information about energy use after the fact, not allowing actions to be taken to reduce energy use or energy demand.
    record, figure, indication, measurement
  • 4A stage of debate in a parliament through which a bill must pass before it can become law: the bill returns to the House for its final reading next week
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    • This bill still awaits the final reading and approval by Parliament.
    • Parliament approved their final reading on April 3 after much controversy.
    • It must pass two more readings in coming weeks before it is final.

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