[ speed-reed ]
/ ˈspidˌrid /
verb (used with or without object), speed-read [speed-red] /ˈspidˌrɛd/, speed-read·ing [speed-ree-ding] /ˈspidˌri dɪŋ/.
to read faster than normal, especially by acquired techniques of skimming and controlled eye movements.
Related formsspeed-read·er [speed-ree-der] /ˈspidˌri dər/, noun
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Examples from the Web for speed-read
In one, Hathaway races through a monologue, reading a teleprompter set to speed-read.
And so the brothers began to speed-read hundreds of biographies and books, compiling the anecdotes into a smorgasbord of trivia.