reader englannista suomeksi
A person who reads.
''an early reader'', ''a talented reader''
A person who reads a publication.
''10,000 weekly readers''
A person who recites literary works, usually to an audience.
(senseid) A person employed by a publisher to read works submitted for publication and determine their merits.
1938, (w), ''(novel)|Capricornia'', Chapter VIII, p. 123, https://archive.org/details/capricornianovel00herb
- They were dog-eared by the hands of many a publisher's-reader and postman.
Any device that reads something.
''a card reader'', ''a microfilm reader''
A newspaper advertisement designed to look like a news article rather than a commercial solicitation.
Marked playing cards used by cheats.
1961, United States. Congress. Senate. Government Operations, ''Gambling and Organized Crime, Parts 1, 2, 3. 87-1'' (page 286)
- LUMINOUS READERS—Marked cards that can be read only through tinted glasses.
1991, John Bowyer Bell, Barton Whaley, ''Cheating and Deception'' (page 185)
- Of the 150,000,000 decks of cards sold each year in America, Scarne estimates that 1 percent get marked at some point. Yet, as he discovered in his 1972 gambling survey, only 2 percent of average players have any idea of how to detect these "readers."