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Synonyms for read

scan

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understand

study

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perusal

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read something into something

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read up on something

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Synonyms for read

to understand in a particular way

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

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something that is read

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have or contain a certain wording or form

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

obtain data from magnetic tapes

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interpret the significance of, as of palms, tea leaves, intestines, the sky

interpret something in a certain way

be a student of a certain subject

indicate a certain reading

audition for a stage role by reading parts of a role

to hear and understand

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make sense of a language

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Part II includes valuable advice for selecting an agency and reading between the lines of a price quote.
He walked in with a newspaper and a gun concealed in it - it was about reading between the lines,'' Grayson said.
Reading between the lines, it looks like Victoria's trying to say that Brooklyn can be quite a handful for a busy mum.
The historical figures who were known to be gay weren't much comfort either, You couldn't glean who they were as political and social entities through their sexuality, It was hinted at, but you had to read between the lines, And reading between the lines is discouraging.
As usual, the Blue Oval are being coy about whether the ST160 will become a production reality, but reading between the lines it's highly likely to end up in a Ford showroom near you soon.
It is hard to get an accurate picture of events - even for those trained, after nearly a decade of war and propaganda, in reading between the lines.
Reading between the lines, one senses this not so much a battle between McGee and Windom as between two arms of the county legal system - the District Attorney's and Public Defender's offices.
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