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Definitions of READ in various dictionaries:
- noun - something that is read
- verb - interpret something that is written or printed
- verb - have or contain a certain wording or form
- verb - look at, interpret, and say out loud something that is written or printed
- verb - obtain data from magnetic tapes
- verb - interpret the significance of, as of palms, tea leaves, intestines, the sky
- verb - interpret something in a certain way
- verb - be a student of a certain subject
- verb - indicate a certain reading
- verb - audition for a stage role by reading parts of a role
- verb - to hear and understand
- verb - make sense of a language
- To examine and grasp the meaning of (written or printed characters, words, or sentences).
- To utter or render aloud (written or printed material): She read her poems to the students.
- To have the ability to examine and grasp the meaning of (written or printed material in a given language or notation): reads Chinese; reads music.
- To examine and grasp the meaning of (language in a form other than written or printed characters, words, or sentences): reading Braille; reading sign language.
- To examine and grasp the meaning of (a graphic representation): reading a map.
- To discern and interpret the nature or significance of through close examination or sensitive observation: The tracker read the trail for signs of game.
- To discern or anticipate through examination or observation; descry: “I can read abandonment in a broken door or shattered window” (William H.
- To determine the intent or mood of: I can read your mind like a book.
- To attribute a certain interpretation or meaning to: She read a different meaning into what he had said.
- To consider (something written or printed) as having a particular meaning or significance: I read the novel as a parable.
- To foretell or predict (the future).
- To receive or comprehend (a radio message, for example): I read you loud and clear.
- To study or make a study of: She read history as an undergraduate.
- To learn or get knowledge of from something written or printed: He read that interest rates would continue to rise.
- To proofread.
- To have or use as a preferred reading in a particular passage: For change read charge.
- To indicate, register, or show: The dial reads 32.
- To obtain information from a storage medium, such as a magnetic disk.
- To examine and grasp the meaning of printed or written characters, as of words or music.
- To speak aloud the words that one is reading: He reads to his children every night.
- To learn by reading: We read about the storm in the paper today.
- To study.
- To have a particular wording: Recite the poem exactly as it reads.
- To contain a specific meaning: As the law reads, the defendant is guilty.
- Something that is read: “The book is a page-turner as well as a very satisfying read” (Frank Conroy).
- adv - to look at so as to take in the meaning of, as something written or printed [v READ, READING, READS] : READABLE [adj], READABLY
There are 4 letters in READ: A D E R
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