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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

Synonyms for read

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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"Parents have a huge impact on their child's motivation and ability to read and it's great to see so many of our Reading Stars, who are also dads, share their love of reading and books," says Jim.
In many books, the characters read andwehear a lot about the books they like or hate.
Reading education is supposed to include such activities that will give students reading habit and pleasure, urge them to search for and appreciate precious works and equip them with the right methods and techniques to understand what they read.
In middle school he handed me The Education of Little Tree and The Power of One--they were stacked on the chest next to his bed with tennis magazines and the big, thick biographies he read. He said they were two of his favorites, and he thought I would feel the same.
When parents go to buy the books for their kids, Damali suggests that the parents read them as well "so they'll be aware of the stories and can discuss them with their children."
(Exception: If the name of the instrument includes the word "soprano," the instrument will sound higher than the notated pitch.) For example, when reading a notated "C," a B-flat trumpet produces a "B-flat." Therefore, a B-flat trumpet sounds a major second below where it is notated; read the part down a major second.
SKILLED BRAINS When Ethan piqued the interest of Georgetown's Guinevere Eden, her team had already made headway in identifying how the brain develops in healthy kids who read well.
AMR will collect the reads and report this to the DEP for billing purposes.
McManus argues convincingly that these women may have read The Faerie Queene all the more avidly for feeling their own vexed negotiations played out in the tortured plots of the Amoret, Florimell, Serena and Priscilla stories.
When Shaywitz took an fMRI of dyslexics while they read, she found that the brain areas that lit up were different from the active regions in non-dyslexics.
Accurate records need to be kept pertaining to which selection is being read by a child as well as which words were missed during the oral reading.
Or you can open up magazines like Real Simple or Oprah's O to read your way through a book group experience.
And to do that, you have to have a quarterback who can make simple reads.
When a person reads a sentence, hears a speech, experiences an emotion, or thinks a thought, a cluster or network of brain cells fires in a certain pattern with particular intensity and timing.
The OPU is a specialized module with a read and write laser that reads the signals from the CD or DVD media.