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Question 1 of 10
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Idioms for read

Origin of read

1
before 900; Middle English reden, Old English rǣdan to counsel, read; cognate with Dutch raden, German raten, Old Norse rātha; akin to Sanskrit rādhnoti (he) achieves

SYNONYMS FOR read

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British Dictionary definitions for read in (1 of 3)

read in
/ (riːd) /

verb (adverb)

to read (data) into a computer memory or storage device
read oneself in Church of England to assume possession of a benefice by publicly reading the Thirty-nine Articles

British Dictionary definitions for read in (2 of 3)

read1
/ (riːd) /

verb reads, reading or read (rɛd)

noun

matter suitable for readingthis new book is a very good read
the act of reading

Word Origin for read

Old English rǣdan to advise, explain; related to Old Frisian rēda, Old High German rātan, Gothic garēdan

British Dictionary definitions for read in (3 of 3)

read2
/ (rɛd) /

verb

the past tense and past participle of read 1

adjective

having knowledge gained from books (esp in the phrases widely read, well-read)
take something as read to take something for granted as a fact; understand or presume
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Idioms and Phrases with read in

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