Spanish translation of 'lip-read'
Example Sentences Including 'lip-read'
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I couldn't hear anything but I could lip-read easily enough.THE EXECUTION (2002)
In phrases that Neil had learned to lip-read off the silent screen she saluted the students for their support and cash donations.RUSHING TO PARADISE (2002)
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Used Rarely. lip-read is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'lip-read' in Other Languages
British English: lip-read /ˈlɪpˌriːd/ VERB
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.
They are not given hearing aids or taught to lip-read.
- American English: lip-read
- Arabic: يَقْرَأُ حَرَكَاتِ الْشِفَاهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ler os lábios
- Chinese: 唇读
- Croatian: čitati s usnica
- Czech: odezírat ze rtů
- Danish: mundaflæse
- Dutch: liplezen
- European Spanish: leer los labios
- Finnish: lukea huulilta
- French: lire sur les lèvres
- German: von den Lippen ablesen
- Greek: διαβάζω τα χείλη
- Italian: leggere le labbra
- Japanese: 読唇術で解する
- Korean: 독순술로 이해하다
- Norwegian: lese på munnen
- Polish: przeczytać z warg
- European Portuguese: ler os lábios
- Romanian: a citi pe buze
- Russian: читать по губам
- Spanish: leer los labios
- Swedish: läsa på läpparna
- Thai: แปลคำพูดด้วยการอ่านริมฝีปาก
- Turkish: dudak okuma
- Ukrainian: читати по губах
- Vietnamese: đọc khẩu hình
Translation of lip-read from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary