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  2. Read Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    1. a (1) : to receive or take in the sense of (letters, symbols, etc.) especially by sight or touch. (2) : to study the movements of with mental formulation of the communication expressed. read lips. (3) : to utter aloud the printed or written words of. read them a story.

  3. Read Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    to read or peruse written or printed matter. to utter aloud or render in speech written or printed words that one is perusing: to read to a person. noun an act or instance of reading: Give the agreement a careful read before you sign it. something that is read: Her new novel is a wonderful read. SEE MORE DEFINITIONS OTHER WORDS FOR read

  4. READ | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    read verb (STUDY) [ I or T ] law UK formal or specialized to study at university or to study for a specialized qualification: They're both reading history at Cambridge. She's reading for the Bar (= studying to become a type of lawyer called a barrister). SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Idioms read someone's lips read someone's mind

  5. READ | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    read verb (STUDY) [ I or T ] law UK formal or specialized to study at university or to study for a specialized qualification: They're both reading history at Cambridge. She's reading for the Bar (= studying to become a type of lawyer called a barrister). SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Idioms read someone's lips read someone's mind

  6. Read Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    Britannica Dictionary definition of READ. [count] informal. 1. : something (such as a book) that is read — usually singular. The book is an easy read. [=the book is easy to read; reading the book is easy] The book is a good/quick/enjoyable read. 2. : an act of reading something (such as a book, article, etc.) He reviewed the book after ...

  7. 62 Synonyms & Antonyms of READ - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of read 1 as in to scan to go over and mentally take in the content of he always reads the newspaper in the morning as he eats breakfast Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance scan peruse review skim study reread see browse decipher devour speed-read pore (over) proofread understand turn over comprehend grasp get perceive make out apprehend

  8. 1. to look at so as to understand the meaning of (something written, printed, etc.). 2. to utter aloud or render in speech (something written, printed, etc.): to read a story to a child. 3. to have such knowledge of (a language) as to be able to understand things written in it.

  9. _read | Microsoft Learn

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    The read operation begins at the current position of the file pointer associated with the given file. After the read operation, the file pointer points to the next unread character. If the file was opened in text mode, the read terminates when _read encounters a CTRL+Z character, which is treated as an end-of-file indicator.

  10. Read-Host (Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility) - PowerShell

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    The Read-Host cmdlet reads a line of input from the console (stdin). You can use it to prompt a user for input. Because you can save the input as a secure string, you can use this cmdlet to prompt users for secure data, such as passwords. Note Read-Host has a limit of 1022 characters it can accept as input from a user.

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