Words — 140 found
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2. Reading (process)Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbol... Read more
1. to read
2. to countSee also さばを読む, now mostly used in idioms
3. to guess; to predict; to read (someone's thoughts); to see (e.g. into someone's heart); to divine
2. reading (of a kanji, esp. kun reading)See also 訓 くん, also written 訓み
3. reading (e.g. of a situation); insight; judgment; interpretation; prediction; calculation
1. to read out; to read aloud; to call out
2. to finish reading; to read through
1. pronunciation; reading (e.g. of a kanji)
- I don't know how to pronounce his name.
2. way of reading (out loud)
- まな 。
- We learned how to read English.
3. interpretation (e.g. of a text); reading
- し 。
- Our ancestors knew how to read the stars.
1. hard to read; illegible
読み悪い 【よみにくい】、読み難い 【よみにくい】
1. to read and understand; to take in
- If you read between the lines, this letter is a request for money.
2. to sense from external cues; to read (someone's) mind
3. to read (calibration, tape, etc.); to scan (bar code); to read (out)
読みとる 【よみとる】、読取る 【よみとる】
1. to read out (e.g. data from a computer or process); to retrieveComputer terminology
1. to read thoroughly; to read repeatedly
2. to express (e.g. emotion in poetry)
3. to read (extra meaning) into (something)
4. to fetch (e.g. CPU inst.); to read (data into a system); to loadComputer terminology
- ながしこ prototype.js
- prototype.js - inserts update information into the page when the page is loaded.
読みこむ 【よみこむ】、読込む 【よみこむ】
1. to be absorbed in readingSee also 耽る
読み耽る 【よみふける】、読み耽ける 【よみふける】
読み耽ける: Irregular okurigana usage.