verb (used with or without object), sight-read
[sahyt-red] /ˈsaɪt rɛd/ (Show IPA), sight-reading [sahyt-ree-ding] /ˈsaɪtˌri dɪŋ/ (Show IPA)
to read, play, or sing without previous practice, rehearsal, or study of the material to be treated:
to sight-read music; to sight-read another language.
verb -reads, -reading, -read (-ˌrɛd)
to sing or play (music in a printed or written form) without previous preparation
noun, Prosody. 1. agreement in spelling, but not in sound, of the ends of words or of lines of verse, as in have, grave.
noun 1. the power or faculty of seeing; perception of objects by use of the eyes; vision. 2. an act, fact, or instance of seeing. 3. one’s range of vision on some specific occasion: Land is in sight. 4. a view; glimpse. 5. mental perception or regard; judgment. 6. something seen or worth seeing; spectacle: […]
noun 1. (cricket) a large white screen placed near the boundary behind the bowler to help the batsman see the ball
noun, Cricket. 1. a white screen set in line with the wicket as an aid to the batsman in seeing the ball when it is bowled.