verb (past and past participle proofread)[with object]
Read (printer’s proofs or other written or printed material) and mark any errors: they must revise and proofread their work (as noun proofreading) typesetting from the writer’s keystrokes reduces the need for proofreading
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- Such companies will translate, edit, and proofread your material, and gather it all into the proper format, usually for between 20 cents and 30 cents a word.
- After translation into these languages, the PIE was proofread for accuracy by different professional translators in the same translation agency.
- If I had that kind of influence, all my students would do the reading every week, proofread their papers meticulously and attend every class.
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- Was the poor publisher supposed to pay top dollar for a team of world-class typesetters and proofreaders and then sell the thing for next to nothing?
- Despite our unflagging efforts, aided by outside proofreaders, typos still crop up from time to time.
- Typos appear in virtually every book, and it's up to the proofreaders and typesetters to root them out.
Definition of proofread in:
- The US English dictionary