Definition of 'read out'
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The two addresses Liz had just read out were identical with the ones Rachel Lieberman had already given me. KICK BACK (2002)The Chief described the suicide and read out Manatelli's note while the cameras rolled. SNOWJOBThe clerk shouted, and three soldiers led Johnny in while the clerk read out the indictment. DESPERADOES
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Translations for 'read out'
British English: read out /riːd aʊt/ VERB
If you read something out, you say the words aloud, especially in a loud, clear voice.
We read plays out in class.
- American English: read out
- Arabic: يَقْرَأُ بِصَوْتٍ مُرْتَفِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: ler em voz alta
- Chinese: 朗读
- Croatian: kazivati
- Czech: číst nahlas
- Danish: læse op
- Dutch: hardop lezen
- European Spanish: leer en voz alta
- Finnish: lukea ääneen
- French: lire tout haut
- German: vorlesen
- Greek: διαβάζω φωναχτά
- Italian: leggere ad alta voce
- Japanese: 読み上げる
- Korean: 소리내어 읽다
- Norwegian: lese ut
- Polish: odczytać
- European Portuguese: ler em voz alta
- Romanian: a citi cu voce tare
- Russian: читать вслух
- Spanish: leer en voz alta
- Swedish: läsa upp
- Thai: อ่านออกเสียง
- Turkish: yüksek sesle okumak
- Ukrainian: читати вголос
- Vietnamese: đọc to
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