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To look at and interpret letters or other information that is written.
- During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant(..)
To speak aloud words or other information that is written. ''Often construed with a ''to'' phrase or an indirect object.''
(quote-book)|title=(w)| chapter=1| url=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL1521052W| passage=He read the letter aloud. Sophia listened with the studied air of one for whom, even in these days, a title possessed some surreptitious allurement. (..)
To read work(s) written by (a named author).
To consist of certain text.
Of text, etc., to be interpreted or read in a particular way.
To substitute (a corrected piece of text in place of an erroneous one); (non-gloss definition).
1832, John Lemprière et al., ''Bibliotheca classica'', Seventh Edition, W. E. Dean, page 263:
- In Urbe Condita (book)|Livy, it is nearly certain that for Pylleon we should read Pteleon, as this place is mentioned in connection with Antron.
2009, Suzee Vlk et al., ''The GRE Test for Dummies'', Sixth Edition, Wiley Publishing, (ISBN), page 191:
- Eliminate illogical (read: stupid) answer choices.
To be able to hear what another person is saying over a radio connection.
(quote-av); (w)|year=1968|role=Dave Bowman|actor=Keir Dullea|passage=Hello, HAL. Do you read me, HAL?
To make a special study of, as by perusing textbooks.
(quote-book)| title=Time for a Tiger| series=The Malayan Trilogy| page=94| passage=Crabbe wanted him to go to England, to read for a degree there.
1590, (w), ''(w)'', II.i:
- But now, faire Ladie, comfort to you make, / And read(..)/ That short reuenge the man may ouertake (..)
To advise; to counsel. See (m).
1528, (w), ''(w)''
- Therfore, I read thee, get to Gods word, and thereby trye all doctrine(..)
1590, (w), ''(w)'', London: William Ponsonbie, Book 1, Canto 1, p.(nbs)6,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12777.0001.001
- This is the wandring wood, this ''Errours den'',
- A monster vile, whom God and man does hate:
- Therefore I read beware.
To tell; to declare; to recite.
1590, (w), ''(w)'', II.iv:
- But read how art thou named, and of what kin.
To call attention to the flaws of (someone) in either a playful, a taunting, or an insulting way.
1997, ''Framing Culture: Africanism, Sexuality and Performance'', page 186 (also discussing ''Paris is Burning''):
- Snapping, we are told, comes from ''reading'', or exposing hidden flaws in a person's life, and out of reading comes ''shade'' (..)
(quote-book)." In the first example, the interviewee CB used snapping to read his white friend in a playful way, (..).
2013, ''Queer Looks'', page 114 (discussing ''Paris is Burning'' and "the ball world"):
- One assumes that such language contests are racially motivated—black folks talking back to white folks. However, the ball world makes it clear that blacks can read each other too.
A reading or an act of reading, especially of an actor's part of a play or a piece of stored data.
1879, (w), ''letter to the editor of "The Spectator"''
- One newswoman here lets magazines for a penny a read.
1958, (w), ''Self's the Man''
- And when he finishes supper / Planning to have a read at the evening paper / It's ''Put a screw in this wall''— / He has no time at all(..)
2006, ''MySQL administrator's guide and language reference'' (page 393)
- In other words, the system can do 1200 reads per second with no writes, the average write is twice as slow as the average read, and the relationship is linear.
Something to be read; a written work.
''His thrillers are always a gripping read.''
A person's interpretation or impression of something.
''What's your read of the current political situation?''
An instance of (l).
- As Corey points out, "if you and I are both black queens then we can't call each other black queens because that's not a read. That's a fact."
(noun form of)