look at and understand (sth printed or written); get (the stated information) from print or writing
show or indicate
"the article was a very good read"
"read the advertisement"
"Have you read Salman Rushdie?"
"The passage reads as follows"
"What does the law say?"
"The King will read the proclamation at noon"
"This dictionary can be read by the computer"
"She read the sky and predicted rain"
"I can't read his strange behavior"
"The fortune teller read his fate in the crystal ball"
"I read this address as a satire"
"How should I take this message?"
"You can't take credit for this!"
"She is reading for the bar exam"
"The thermometer showed thirteen degrees below zero"
"The gauge read `empty'"
"He is auditioning for `Julius Caesar' at Stratford this year"
"I read you loud and clear!"
"She understands French"
"Can you read Greek?"
He'd..gone to bed to lie down and have a read.
出自： T. Parker
Tamburlaine is a tolerable read..As a stage play it is pretty hopeless.
出自： J. I. M. Stewart
He was deeply read in the ancients.
出自： Henry Fielding
Leading editorials were read..to the people.
出自： A. Carnegie
I don't read Scott.
出自： R. Kipling
We had read the same..books.
出自： S. Bellow
She started reading him a story.
出自： K. Amis
The heart transplants have been read about and discussed everywhere.
When you send a telegram by phone, the operator will normally read it back to you.
我喜爱通过深入阅读学习我选择的任何课题。 read sth in sth
The story must be true,I read it in the newspaper.
I could read the answer in his face before he spoke.
He read in a magazine that more prisoners had been captured.
I read in a book that this was discovered by a young soldier.
Yesterday I read in the paper that milk would cost more.
He read love into her casual friendliness.
Try not to read evil intentions into the ordinary actions of people.
You shouldn't read things into what I said.
You are reading more than words intended into what he said.
That article reads like a translation.
This book reads like a biography.
The poem reads like a translation.
The radio announcer read off the message as if he'd known it by heart.
Our story finished at this point last week; now read on.
The novel was so absorbing that she read on without a break even forgetting food and sleep.
When you have done the exercise, read on to page 12.
The BBC read the script over before allowing the programme to be made.
Let me read that over.I must have mistaken the name.
The passage was so difficult that he had to read it through several times before he could understand it.
He even read himself to tears.
You have read the subject up but I know nothing about it.
Read up the rules and you'll see I am right.
Before trying to tackle his homework he read up the notes he had taken at the lecture.
他把课堂上记的笔记认真看过后才动手做作业。 read up on sth
I must read up on the developments in the French language; I'm afraid I'm getting out of touch.
I must read up on Arab customs before I go to Bahrain.
误 The sentence is read smoothly.
正 The sentence reads smoothly.
误 I read it quite by chance in an old magazine.
正 I read about it quite by chance in an old magazine.
误 When I read the great changes in my hometown,I can't help getting excited.
正 When I read about the great changes in my hometown,I can't help getting excited.
析 “读到…”“在阅读中得知…”英语用read of〔about〕...,其中read是不及物动词,必须跟介词。
误 I am reading books.
正 I am reading.
误 The little girl is reading.
正 The little girl is reading a book.
析 泛指“看书”或“读书”时一般不在read后加book,若表示“看某一本书”,则可说read a book。