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comma / phrase marked by pause
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to read / to study / reading of word (i.e. pronunciation), similar to 拼音
to read / reading
reader / CL: 個|个
to read a book / to study / to attend school
(of a computer etc) to read (data)
to go to school
pronunciation / literary (rather than colloquial) pronunciation of a Chinese character
to decipher / to decode / to interpret
study group
student who also works part-time / (old) reform-school student
guide (e.g. book or other printed material)
to read aloud
to study the Confucian classics / to read scriptures or canonical texts
reading material
reading head (e.g. in tape deck)
reading and writing
reader (software)
to attend graduate school
to read a sample chapter of a book / to subscribe to a publication on a trial basis / to attend classes on a trial basis
to study attentively (a book) / to delve into
electronic reader (e.g. for barcodes, RFID tags etc)
reader / an instructional book
to major (in a field) / to study a specialty to obtain a higher degree
read-only (computing)
literary (rather than colloquial) pronunciation of a Chinese character
to read and understand
speed reading
to read and re-read sth until one is familiar with it
to interpret (a visual document, a medical exam, an historical event etc) / to analyze data (from a chip, a black box etc)
reading / pronunciation (of a Chinese character)
reading comprehension
impression of a book / opinion expressed in a book review
to read newspapers
reading / data from meter
colloquial (rather than literary) pronunciation of a Chinese character
audiobook / recording of a person reading the text of a book
stress (on a syllable)
to read out loud to an audience / a prepared speech (e.g. to a party conference)
to read aloud
to read out loud / (computing) to read (data) / readout (of a scientific instrument)
to read a score / to read music
card reader
Reader's Digest
mind reading (in psychology or Western magic)
viewing time
intensive reading / to peruse / perusal
scholar / intellectual
to read intensively
reading or phonetic value of a character
to accompany one's child or spouse who is studying overseas / to help a child with their study, reading or practicing together
to attend school as a day student
extracurricular reading material
part work, part study / work-study program
phonetic reading / combine sounds into words
to be both a farmer and a scholar / to work the land and also undertake academic studies
(polite) to read (sth)
legible / readable
standard (unified) pronunciation of a character with multiple readings, as stipulated by the PRC Ministry of Education in 1985
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
to misread / (fig.) to misunderstand / to misinterpret
to lip-read / lipreading
to read again / to review (a lesson etc)
audio-output reading machine
pausing at the end of a phrase or sentence (in former times, before punctuation marks were used) / punctuation / periods and commas / sentences and phrases
to return to the same school and repeat a course from which one has already graduated, as a result of failing to get good enough results to progress to one's desired higher-level school
liaison (in phonetics)
read-only (computing)
for the benefit of the reader
variant pronunciation (when the same character has more than one reading)
to read in silence
to read cursorily / to skim through
(of an audio device) to repeat a recorded phrase (e.g. for language learning)
to read and interpret ancient texts / to decipher
to read (honorific: e.g. your distinguished article)
extensive reading
to attend school on a temporary basis
to attend boarding school
to read extensively and thoroughly / nonstandard pronunciation of a Chinese character, e.g. reading [hao4] in compound 愛好|爱好 "hobby" in place of [hao3]
to be worth reading a hundred times (idiom)
to read (a draft) / to review
to mispronounce
listening to the words of a wise man can be superior to studying ten years of books (proverb)
Knowledge comes from books and from experience of the world. (idiom) / Learn as much as you can and do all you can.
pronunciation of a character other than the standard / lit. broken reading
student who repeats (a course, grade etc) at school
reading span
to start reading furiously, contrary to previous habit (idiom)
mistake of pronunciation
the reformatory / reform school
word having alternative pronunciations
intensive reading course
computer-readable / machine-readable
incorrect break in reading Chinese, dividing text into clauses at wrong point

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