Definition of 'reader'
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I refused to be fazed by the fact that Electra's a mega-star: she was simply a reader who needed my help. RESCUING ROSE (2002)Now she had a whole cast of characters, and the reader would not know yet who were villains and who were heroes. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1) (2002)Or he could send someone, maybe a fake meter reader or census taker. SOMEBODY (2002)
However, as any mystery reader knows, a dame accused of murder can't be too persnickety about the company she keeps. AFTER ALL THESE YEARS (2002)
Trends of 'reader'
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Translations for 'reader'
British English: reader /ˈriːdə/ NOUN
The readers of a book, newspaper, or magazine are the people who read it.
The book gives the reader an interesting view of life in the country.
- American English: reader
- Arabic: قَارِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: leitor
- Chinese: 读者
- Croatian: čitatelj
- Czech: čtenář
- Danish: læser
- Dutch: lezer
- European Spanish: lector
- Finnish: lukija
- French: lecteur
- German: Leser
- Greek: αναγνώστης
- Italian: lettore
- Japanese: 読者
- Korean: 독자 잡지
- Norwegian: leser
- Polish: czytelnik
- European Portuguese: leitor
- Romanian: cititor
- Russian: читатель
- Spanish: lector
- Swedish: läsare
- Thai: ผู้อ่าน
- Turkish: okuyucu
- Ukrainian: читач
- Vietnamese: độc giả
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