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readout

or read-out

[ reed-out ]
/ ˈridˌaʊt /
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noun
Computers. the output of information from a computer in readable form.Compare printout.
the information displayed on a graduated instrument.
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Origin of readout

First recorded in 1645–55, for an earlier sense; noun use of verb phrase read out
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British Dictionary definitions for readout

read out
/ (riːd) /

verb (adverb)
(tr) to read (something) aloud
to retrieve information from a computer memory or storage device
(tr) US and Canadian to expel (someone) from a political party or other society
noun read-out
  1. the act of retrieving information from a computer memory or storage device
  2. the information retrieved
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