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bingo a game in which players try to match numbers on a card with numbers read out by a caller. Each player has a card with numbered squares. The player who is the first to cover a whole row of squares is the winner.
bookworm a person who loves to study and read books. [1/2 definitions]
Braille (often lowercase) a writing and printing system for blind people, in which patterns of raised dots are used to represent letters. Blind people touch the dots with their fingers to read.
chant to read or speak in a chant. [1/4 definitions]
compact disk a small disk on which music or information is stored. A compact disk is played on a machine that uses a laser to read it.
deliver to speak or read aloud. [1/5 definitions]
dictate to say or read aloud for someone to write down or for a machine to record. [1/3 definitions]
illegible difficult or impossible to read.
illiterate not able to read or write.
interrogative sentence a sentence that asks a question. "Have you read this book?" is an example of an interrogative sentence.
legible able to be understood or read.
literacy the state of being able to read or write.
literary having to do with literature or those who write or read literature. [1/2 definitions]
literate able to read and write. [1/2 definitions]
misread to read or understand incorrectly.
news (used with a singular verb) a report of recent important events, read out on the television or radio, or printed in a newspaper, magazine, or Web site.
pore1 to study or read carefully.
publish to prepare and bring out for sale for the public to read.
ROM computer memory that can only be read, not written to. ROM stands for "read-only memory."
scan to read or look over quickly. [1/5 definitions]
scanner2 a device that scans printed material and changes it into an electronic signal that can be read by a computer.