Computers. the output of information from a computer in readable form.
the information displayed on a graduated instrument.
- Read someone his rights
verb phrase To inform an arrested person formally of his or her legal rights, esp by reading him or her a ”Miranda card” detailing them: The judge threw it out because they hadn’t given the crook his rights [1960s+; fr the requirement based on the Supreme Court decision in the Miranda case of 1966] Related […]
[reed] /rid/ verb (used with object), read [red] /rɛd/ (Show IPA), reading [ree-ding] /ˈri dɪŋ/ (Show IPA) 1. to look at carefully so as to understand the meaning of (something written, printed, etc.): to read a book; to read music. 2. to utter aloud or render in speech (something written, printed, etc.): reading a story […]
- Read someone like a book
verb phrase To know and understand someone thoroughly, including deep motives and likely actions: She thinks she’s pretty clever, but I read her like a book (1844+)
- Read someone loud and clear
verb phrase To understand someone very well; comprehend perfectly: Do you read me loud and clear, mister? (1940s+ Radio operators)