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read British & World English

Look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed

read in read British & World English

Look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed

read-in British & World English

The input or entry of data to a computer or storage device

map-read British & World English

Consult and interpret a map

lip-read British & World English

(Of a deaf person) understand speech from observing a speaker’s lip movements

must-read British & World English

Denoting a piece of writing that should or must be read

read-out British & World English

A visual record or display of the output from a computer or scientific instrument

well read British & World English

Having a lot of knowledge from reading widely; knowledgeable

sight-read British & World English

Read and perform (music) from sheet music, without preparation

read-write British & World English

Capable of reading existing data and accepting alterations or further input

speed-read British & World English

Read rapidly by assimilating several phrases or sentences at once

under-read British & World English

(Of a gauge or dial) show a reading lower than the true one

read up on something in read British & World English

Acquire information about a particular subject by studying it intensively

read-through British & World English

An initial rehearsal of a play at which actors read their parts from scripts

read someone's palm in palm2 British & World English

Tell someone’s fortune by looking at the lines on their palm

read someone's mind in read British & World English

Discern what someone is thinking

read my lips in read British & World English

Listen carefully (used to emphasize the importance of the speaker’s words)

read something into in read British & World English

Attribute a meaning or significance to (something) that it may not in fact possess

read my lips British & World English

Listen carefully (used to emphasize the importance of the speaker’s words)

read-only memory British & World English

Memory read at high speed but not capable of being changed by program instructions

read the runes in rune British & World English

Try to forecast the outcome of a situation by analysing all the significant factors involved

read the runes British & World English

Try to forecast the outcome of a situation by analysing all the significant factors involved

read for in read British & World English

(Of an actor) audition for (a role)

take something as read in read British & World English

Assume something without the need for further discussion

read someone out of in read British & World English

Formally expel someone from (an organization)

music British & World English

The written or printed signs representing vocal or instrumental sound

read someone's palm British & World English

Tell someone’s fortune by looking at the lines on their palm

read someone the Riot Act in Riot Act British & World English

Give someone a severe warning or reprimand

read someone's mind British & World English

Discern what someone is thinking

read something into British & World English

Attribute a meaning or significance to (something) that it may not in fact possess

read someone like a book in read British & World English

Understand someone’s thoughts and motives easily

read someone out of British & World English

Formally expel someone from (an organization)

read up on something British & World English

Acquire information about a particular subject by studying it intensively

read between the lines in read British & World English

Look for or discover a meaning that is implied rather than explicitly stated

read between the lines British & World English

Look for or discover a meaning that is implied rather than explicitly stated

take something as read British & World English

Assume something without the need for further discussion

reread British & World English

Read (a text) again

read someone the Riot Act British & World English

Give someone a severe warning or reprimand

you wouldn't read about it in read British & World English

Used to express incredulity, disgust, or ruefulness

read someone like a book British & World English

Understand someone’s thoughts and motives easily

you wouldn't read about it British & World English

Used to express incredulity, disgust, or ruefulness

proofread British & World English

Read (printer’s proofs or other written or printed material) and mark any errors

under-read in under-read British & World English

(Of a gauge or dial) show a reading lower than the true one

read English Thesaurus

he sat reading the evening newspaper

read English-Spanish

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well read English Thesaurus

he was very well read in this field


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