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Traditional
Pīnyīn
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HSK
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *讀* | 讀* | *讀
to read / to study / reading of word (i.e. pronunciation), similar to 拼音
HSK 1
to read / reading
HSK 4
to read aloud
HSK 5
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *讀* | 讀* | *讀
comma / phrase marked by pause
to read a book / to study / to attend school
reader / CL: 個|个
pronunciation / literary (rather than colloquial) pronunciation of a Chinese character
to go to school
to decipher / to decode / to interpret
(of a computer etc) to read (data)
student who also works part-time / (old) reform-school student
reading / data from meter
to study the Confucian classics / to read scriptures or canonical texts
reading material
study group
guide (e.g. book or other printed material)
(of a student) to work part-time (while continuing one's studies) / (of a delinquent) to be reformed through work and study
reading comprehension
to read and understand
scholar / intellectual
to read out loud to an audience / a prepared speech (e.g. to a party conference)
impression of a book / opinion expressed in a book review
reading and writing
reader (software)
stress (on a syllable)
viewing time
to study attentively (a book) / to delve into
to major (in a field) / to study a specialty to obtain a higher degree
speed reading
reading or phonetic value of a character / (Japanese linguistics) on-reading, a pronunciation of a kanji derived from its pronunciation in a Sinitic language at the time it was imported from China (Note: An on-reading of a character is distinguished from its kun-reading(s) 訓讀|训读. For example, has an on-reading "san" and a kun-reading "yama".)
reading / pronunciation (of a Chinese character)
to read newspapers
to be both a farmer and a scholar / to work the land and also undertake academic studies
to read sb's mind
to read a sample chapter of a book / to subscribe to a publication on a trial basis / to attend classes on a trial basis
read-only (computing)
literary (rather than colloquial) pronunciation of a Chinese character
to interpret (a visual document, a medical exam, an historical event etc) / to analyze data (from a chip, a black box etc)
reader / an instructional book
to attend school as a day student
intensive reading / to peruse / perusal
to accompany one's child or spouse who is studying overseas / to help a child with their study, reading or practicing together
read-only (computing)
to read intensively
legible / readable
Reader's Digest
extracurricular reading material
variant pronunciation (when the same character has more than one reading)
card reader
electronic reader (e.g. for barcodes, RFID tags etc)
colloquial (rather than literary) pronunciation of a Chinese character
audiobook / recording of a person reading the text of a book
to read aloud
dyslexia
for the benefit of the reader
to attend graduate school
reading head (e.g. in tape deck)
to read and re-read sth until one is familiar with it
to read out loud / (computing) to read (data) / readout (of a scientific instrument)
to pronounce a word after mentally processing its spelling / (phonics) blending
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
literacy
(polite) to read (sth)
to read in silence
audio-output reading machine
to misread / (fig.) to misunderstand / to misinterpret
to read again / to review (a lesson etc)
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)
extensive reading
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 attend school on a temporary basis
to read and interpret ancient texts / to decipher
to read (honorific: e.g. your distinguished article)
to read a score / to read music
a reading of a written Chinese word derived from a synonym (typically, a vernacular synonym) (e.g. in Mandarin, 投子 may be pronounced as its synonym 色子, and in Wu dialects, is pronounced as its synonym 兩|两 "liahn") / to pronounce a word using such a reading / (Japanese linguistics) kun-reading, a pronunciation of a kanji derived from a native Japanese word that matches its meaning rather than from the pronunciation of the character in a Sinitic language at the time it was imported from China (Note: A kun-reading of a character is distinguished from its on-reading(s) 音讀|音读. For example, has a kun-reading "yama" and an on-reading "san".)
to read cursorily / to skim through
to be worth reading a hundred times (idiom)
phonics
standard (unified) pronunciation of a character with multiple readings, as stipulated by the PRC Ministry of Education in 1985
part work, part study / work-study program
listening to the words of a wise man can be superior to studying ten years of books (proverb)
to attend boarding school
to read (a draft) / to review
student who repeats (a course, grade etc) at school
(of an audio device) to repeat a recorded phrase (e.g. for language learning)
to read extensively and thoroughly / nonstandard pronunciation of a Chinese character, e.g. the reading [hao4] in 愛好|爱好 rather than the usual [hao3]
to mispronounce
Knowledge comes from books and from experience of the world. (idiom) / Learn as much as you can and do all you can.
alexia
reading span
to start reading furiously, contrary to previous habit (idiom)
to lip-read / lipreading
pronunciation of a character other than the standard / lit. broken reading
mistake of pronunciation
reformatory / reform school
intensive reading course
word having alternative pronunciations
computer-readable / machine-readable

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