Verb: читать прочесть считывать рассматривать
Noun: чтение считывание чтиво время, проведенное в чтении
Adjective: начитанный образованный сведущий знающий


to read smb. like a book - прекрасно понимать кого-л., видеть насквозь

destructive read-out - считывание информации с разрушением

to read down to the last page - дочитать до последней страницы

to read with careless facility - читать с беззаботной невнимательностью

to read the galleys - читать гранки

to read an instrument - снимать показание прибора

to know how to read - уметь читать

to read / study law - изучать право, учиться на юриста

to read by the light of a candle - читать при свете свечи

to read men's hearts - читать в людских сердцах

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I will read it. - Я прочитаю это.

He likes to read. - Он любит читать.

Can you read French? - Ты умеешь читать по-французски?

He read the poem aloud. - Он прочитал стихотворение вслух.

' No vacancies ', the sign read. - Табличка гласила: "Свободных мест нет".

It was too dark to read. - Для чтения было слишком темно.

Can you read Greek? - Умеете читать по-гречески?

How can you read that trash? - Как вы можете читать этот бред?

I like to read the classics. - Я люблю читать классическую литературу.

I read history at Cambridge. - Я изучал историю в Кембридже.

I haven't read the book yet. - Я ещё не прочёл эту книгу.

We read from left to right. - Мы читаем слева направо.

Did you read my note? — Uh-huh. - — Ты читала мою записку? — Ага.

He likes reading the newspaper. - Он любит читать эту газету.

What does the speedometer read? - что на спидометре?; какая у нас сейчас скорость?

The gauge read 'empty'. - Датчик показывал "пусто".

I'll read to you if you like. - Я почитаю вам, если хотите.

He read the book till its end. - Он прочитал книгу до конца.

The passage reads as follows ... - Этот отрывок гласит: ...

I wear specs to read. - Чтобы что-то прочесть, я надеваю очки.

Why do you read this muck? - Зачем ты читаешь эту дрянь?

I couldn't read his scribble. - Я не смог прочитать его каракули.

All of you must read this book. - Вам всем следует прочитать эту книгу.

They can read therein what our plans are. - Там они могут прочитать, в чём заключаются наши планы.

I never read my stars. - Я никогда не читаю свой гороскоп. (брит. the stars — гороскоп в газете или журнале)

He read from the scroll. - Он читал из свитка.

Have you read Salman Rushdie? - Ты читал Салмана Рушди?

At night, he read by firelight. - По ночам он читал при свете огня.

The poet syllabized the verses he read. - Поэт прочёл вслух стихи, чётко выговаривая каждый слог.

Please read £50 as £15. - Вместо пятидесяти фунтов стерлингов прошу читать "пятнадцать".

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you read a meaning into something, you think it is there although it may not actually be there.

If you read out a piece of writing, you say it aloud.

If you read up on a subject, you read a lot about it so that you become informed about it.

Связанные термины:

copyread: to subedit

lipread: to understand spoken words by interpreting the movements of a speaker's lips without hearing the sounds made

speechread: to comprehend by speechreading

read in: to read ( data ) into a computer memory or storage device

read up: to acquire information about (a subject) by reading intensively

lip-read: If someone can lip-read, they are able to understand what someone else is saying by looking at the way the other person's lips move as they speak, without actually hearing any of the words.

read head: a part of a recording device that senses data on a carrier medium such as a disk or tape

read into: If you read a meaning into something, you think it is there although it may not actually be there.

read law: to study to become a lawyer

read-only: (of a file, document, etc) capable of being read, but not written or changed

read out: If you read out a piece of writing, you say it aloud.

skim-read: to read quickly and superficially, in order to pick up the important or significant details

well-read: A well-read person has read a lot of books and has learned a lot from them.

read-across: a correlation or relationship between two separate things

read music: Music is the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments.

sight-read: Someone who can sight-read can play or sing music from a printed sheet the first time they see it, without practising it beforehand .

read history: History is a subject studied in schools, colleges, and universities that deals with events that have happened in the past .

read up on: If you read up on a subject, you read a lot about it so that you become informed about it.

thought-read: to read someone's mind or psychically know what someone's thoughts are

read my lips: said to tell someone to believe and trust what you are saying

read out of: to expel from (a political party, society, etc.) by public reading of dismissal

read up (on): to become well informed (about) by reading

read a lesson: to censure or reprimand, esp in a long-winded manner

read the runes: to understand a situation in a particular way, and decide what is likely to happen

read an article: An article is a piece of writing that is published in a newspaper or magazine .

read an interview: An interview is a conversation in which a journalist puts questions to someone such as a famous person or politician .

read only memory: → ROM

read the headlines: A headline is the title of a newspaper story, printed in large letters at the top of the story, especially on the front page .

read-write head: an electromagnet that can both read and write information on a magnetic medium such as magnetic tape or disk

read-write memory: a type of computer memory that you can write to as well as read from

read oneself in: to assume possession of a benefice by publicly reading the Thirty-nine Articles

proofread: When someone proofreads something such as a book or an article, they read it before it is published in order to find and mark mistakes that need to be corrected.

read the riot act: to angrily tell someone off for having done something stupid or wrong

to read sb's mind: If you can read someone's mind, you know what they are thinking without them saying anything.

have one's cards read: If you have your cards read, you have your fortune told by someone who uses playing cards or tarot cards to tell you about yourself and predict your future .

read between the lines: to understand what someone really means, or what is really happening in a situation, even though it is not stated openly

read someone a lecture: to scold or reprimand someone

read the riot act to: to command to stop doing something regarded as wrong, under threat of punishment

take something as read: to take something for granted as a fact; understand or presume

know (or read) like a book: to know well or fully

read someone like a book: to know exactly what someone is thinking and planning

read someone the riot act: If someone in authority reads you the riot act, they tell you that you will be punished unless you start behaving properly.

to read between the lines: If you read between the lines, you understand what someone really means, or what is really happening in a situation, even though it is not said openly.

to take something as read: If you take something as read, you accept it as true or right and therefore feel that it does not need to be discussed or proved .

you wouldn't read about it: an expression of dismay, disgust, or disbelief

read the riot act to someone: to warn or reprimand someone severely

erasable programmable read only memory: a read-only memory chip that can have its data erased by ultraviolet light and then be programmed with different data

speed reading: a method of reading faster than normal, esp by skimming

EPROM: erasable programmable read-only memory

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Однокоренные слова:

read back - повторять записанный текст, считывать в обратном направлении
read off - объяснять, выражать
read out - читать вслух, исключать из организации, перечесть
read up - специально изучать

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