Read: (v) 1. look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed. I wasn’t able to read while I was underwater. 2. to mentally project a meaningful text over the surfaces of things, places, and/or people. You are so easy to read. 3. to construct a meaning from (an object). Only he was able to read the sacred tablets. 4. An active method of information retrieval. I could not stand up to the constant reading and rereading. 5. a method of information retrieval that gives the receiver control over the temporal object, as opposed to listening or viewing, where the receiver must adjust themselves to the pace of the object. This dictatorial attention.

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