What does read mean?

Definitions for read
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Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word read.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. readverb

    something that is read

    "the article was a very good read"

  2. readverb

    interpret something that is written or printed

    "read the advertisement"; "Have you read Salman Rushdie?"

  3. read, sayverb

    have or contain a certain wording or form

    "The passage reads as follows"; "What does the law say?"

  4. readverb

    look at, interpret, and say out loud something that is written or printed

    "The King will read the proclamation at noon"

  5. read, scanverb

    obtain data from magnetic tapes

    "This dictionary can be read by the computer"

  6. readverb

    interpret the significance of, as of palms, tea leaves, intestines, the sky; also of human behavior

    "She read the sky and predicted rain"; "I can't read his strange behavior"; "The fortune teller read his fate in the crystal ball"

  7. take, readverb

    interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression

    "I read this address as a satire"; "How should I take this message?"; "You can't take credit for this!"

  8. learn, study, read, takeverb

    be a student of a certain subject

    "She is reading for the bar exam"

  9. read, register, show, recordverb

    indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments

    "The thermometer showed thirteen degrees below zero"; "The gauge read `empty'"

  10. readverb

    audition for a stage role by reading parts of a role

    "He is auditioning for `Julius Caesar' at Stratford this year"

  11. readverb

    to hear and understand

    "I read you loud and clear!"

  12. understand, read, interpret, translateverb

    make sense of a language

    "She understands French"; "Can you read Greek?"

Wiktionary

  1. readnoun

    A reading or an act of reading, especially an actor's part of a play.

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  2. readverb

    To think, believe; to consider (that).

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  3. readverb

    To interpret or infer a meaning, significance, etc.

    I can read his feelings in his face.

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  4. readverb

    To substitute (a corrected piece of text in place of an erroneous one); .

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  5. readverb

    to recognise (someone) as being transgender

    Every time I go outside, I worry that someone will read me.

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  6. Readnoun

    transferred from the surname.

    Etymology: raudaz, from reudh-.

  7. readverb

    To look at and interpret letters or other information that is written.

    have you read this book?;  he doesn’t like to read

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  8. readverb

    To speak aloud words or other information that is written. Often construed with a to phrase or an indirect object.

    He read us a passage from his new book.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  9. readverb

    To interpret, or infer a meaning, significance, thought, intention, etc. from.

    She read my mind and promptly rose to get me a glass of water.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  10. readverb

    To consist of certain text.

    On the door hung a sign that reads "No admittance".

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  11. readverb

    Of text, etc., to be interpreted or read in a particular way.

    Arabic reads right to left.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  12. readverb

    To substitute; used to introduce an emendation of a text.

    In Livy, it is nearly certain that for Pylleon we should read Pteleon, as this place is mentioned in connection with Antron.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  13. readverb

    Used after a euphemism to introduce the intended, more blunt meaning of a term.

    Eliminate illogical answer choices.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  14. readverb

    To be able to hear what another person is saying over a radio connection.

    Do you read me?

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  15. readverb

    To make a special study of, as by perusing textbooks.

    I am reading theology at university.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  16. readverb

    To fetch data from.

    to read a hard disk; to read a port; to read the keyboard

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  17. readverb

    To think, believe; to consider.

    But now, faire Ladie, comfort to you make, / And read / That short reuenge the man may ouertake

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  18. readverb

    To advise; to counsel. See rede.

    Therefore, I read thee, get to God's word, and thereby try all doctrine.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  19. readverb

    To tell; to declare; to recite.

    But read how art thou named, and of what kin.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  20. readverb

    To recognise as being transgender.

    Every time I go outside, I worry that someone will read me.

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  21. readverb

    To call attention to the flaws of in either a playful, a taunting, or an insulting way.

    Snapping, we are told, comes from reading, or exposing hidden flaws in a person's life, and out of reading comes shade

    Etymology: From Middle English reden, from Old English rǣdan ("to counsel, advise, consult; interpret, read") , from Proto-Germanic *rēdaną ("advise, counsel") , from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₁dʰ- ("to arrange") . Cognate with Scots rede, red ("to advise, counsel, decipher, read") , Saterland Frisian räide ("to advise, counsel") , West Frisian riede ("to advise, counsel") , Dutch raden ("to advise; guess, counsel, rede") , German raten ("to advise; guess") , Danish råde ("to advise") , Swedish råda ("to advise, counsel") . The development from ‘advise, interpret’ to ‘interpret letters, read’ is unique to English among Germanic languages. Compare rede.

  22. Readnoun

    A surname, a less common spelling variant of Reid.

  23. Readnoun

    A male given name transferred from the surname.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Readnoun

    rennet. See 3d Reed

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  2. Read

    of Read

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  3. Readverb

    to advise; to counsel

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  4. Readverb

    to interpret; to explain; as, to read a riddle

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  5. Readverb

    to tell; to declare; to recite

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  6. Readverb

    to go over, as characters or words, and utter aloud, or recite to one's self inaudibly; to take in the sense of, as of language, by interpreting the characters with which it is expressed; to peruse; as, to read a discourse; to read the letters of an alphabet; to read figures; to read the notes of music, or to read music; to read a book

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  7. Readverb

    hence, to know fully; to comprehend

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  8. Readverb

    to discover or understand by characters, marks, features, etc.; to learn by observation

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  9. Readverb

    to make a special study of, as by perusing textbooks; as, to read theology or law

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  10. Readverb

    to give advice or counsel

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  11. Readverb

    to tell; to declare

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  12. Readverb

    to perform the act of reading; to peruse, or to go over and utter aloud, the words of a book or other like document

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  13. Readverb

    to study by reading; as, he read for the bar

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  14. Readverb

    to learn by reading

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  15. Readverb

    to appear in writing or print; to be expressed by, or consist of, certain words or characters; as, the passage reads thus in the early manuscripts

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  16. Readverb

    to produce a certain effect when read; as, that sentence reads queerly

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  17. Readverb

    saying; sentence; maxim; hence, word; advice; counsel. See Rede

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  18. Read

    reading

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  19. Read

    imp. & p. p. of Read, v. t. & i

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

  20. Readadjective

    instructed or knowing by reading; versed in books; learned

    Etymology: [OE. reden, rden, AS. rdan to read, advise, counsel, fr. rd advice, counsel, rdan (imperf. reord) to advise, counsel, guess; akin to D. raden to advise, G. raten, rathen, Icel. ra, Goth. rdan (in comp.), and perh. also to Skr. rdh to succeed. 116. Cf. Riddle.]

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Read

    rēd, v.t. to utter aloud written or printed words: to peruse: to comprehend: to study, as to read law, science: to teach: to make out, from signs: to solve, as to read a dream: to interpret: to understand, as reading the stars: to note the indication of, as to read a barometer: impute by inference, as to read a meaning into a book.—v.i. to perform the act of reading: to practise much reading: to appear on reading: to advise: to speak: to acquire information: to utter the words of a book: (mus.) to render music at first sight: to put a certain expression upon it: to be suitable for perusal:—pa.t. and pa.p. read (red).—n. Read, a reading, perusal: (Spens.) counsel, a saying, an interpretation.—adj Read (red), versed in books: learned.—ns. Readabil′ity, Read′ableness.—adj Readable (rēd′a-bl), that may be read: worth reading: interesting: enabling to read.—adv. Read′ably.—ns. Read′er, one who reads: one whose office it is to read prayers in a church, or lectures in a university, &c.: one who reads or corrects proofs: one who reads much: a reading-book; Read′ership, the office of a reader.—adj. Read′ing, addicted to reading.—n. act of reading: perusal: study of books: public or formal recital: the way in which a passage reads: an interpretation of a passage or work: a version: noting an instrument, as the reading of a barometer.—ns. Read′ing-book, a book of exercises in reading; Read′ing-boy (print.), a reader's assistant; Read′ing-desk, a desk for holding a book or paper while it is read: a church-lectern; Read′ing-lamp, a form of lamp for use in reading; Read′ing-room, a room with papers, periodicals, &c., resorted to for reading.—Read between the lines, to detect a meaning not expressed; Read one's self in, in the Church of England, to read the Thirty-nine Articles and repeat the declaration of assent prescribed by law to a new incumbent.—Penny reading, an entertainment consisting of readings, &c., to which the admission is a penny. [A.S. rǽdan, to discern, read—rǽd, counsel; Ger. rathen, to advise.]

Editors Contribution

  1. read

    Seeing, understanding and knowing spelling, words and language.

    To read is a joy to learn or understand certain things in life.

    Submitted by MaryC on January 31, 2020  

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  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'read' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #430

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'read' in Written Corpus Frequency: #363

  3. Verbs Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'read' in Verbs Frequency: #74

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  1. DARE, dare, dear, 'eard, rade

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of read in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of read in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of read in a Sentence

  1. Ellen Gilcrist:

    We live at the level of our language. Whatever we can articulate we can imagine or explore. All you have to do to educate a child is leave him alone and teach him to read. The rest is brainwashing.

  2. Mwanandeke Kindembo:

    Pick up a book on any subject of your desire, sit down in full discipline, then read quietly. Remember, you are never alone. God is within and is always watching.

  3. Doug Heye:

    Because Jeb has the experience and knowledge to protect your family. there are going to be newspapers throughout the world that are going to read 'Republican frontrunner doesn't want Muslims to visit America.

  4. The Williams F1 team:

    It is with great sadness that on behalf of the Sir Frank family, the team can confirm the death of Sir Sir Frank CBE, Founder and Former Team Principal of Williams Racing, at the age of 79, after being admitted into hospital on Friday, Sir Frank passed away peacefully this morning surrounded by Sir Frank family.Read More.

  5. Selena Montgomery:

    He was a good friend, and he actually read all my books.

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    out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance
    • A. bonzer
    • B. tenebrous
    • C. flabby
    • D. numinous

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