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readverb

  • ja読む、読書する
  • ento look at and comprehend the meaning of a written or printed work by mentally interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed or by speaking it aloud, typically to another person

Examples

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Eddie, stop reading that trash!
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How does she always know?
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What are you reading?
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'Pride and Prejudice.'
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He sent her his photo with a note on the back.
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Oh, this seems personal.
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I feel a little funny reading this.
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Wanna read this instead?
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Read it.
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"The empty vase.
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Translucent beauty—"
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To yourself.
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This is 10 pages.
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I can't read it.
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Oh, my god.
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What?
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That's so weird.
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I... I’m reading that exact book right now.
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Can you write where I can read it?
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Oh, yeah.
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I'll read this when I get home.
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Alright.