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2 Translation results for reading in Spanish

noun | verb

reading noun

unfavorite favorite play sound

Example sentences of
reading noun

  • The family attended the reading of her will.
  • The speech ended with a reading from his latest novel.
  • After several readings, I finally understood the meaning of the poem.
  • He needs help in reading.
  • The teacher gave us a list of books for further reading on the subject.
  • He has done a lot of reading on this subject.
  • The reading for today is about human cloning.
  • Moby-Dick is required reading for any scholar of 19th-century American literature.
  • The pastor selected a reading for tonight's service.

read verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
read, has read, is reading, reads
leer; decir; interpretar; poner; marcar

Example sentences of
read verb

  • She learned to read at a very early age.
  • I can't read your handwriting.
  • He likes reading the newspaper.
  • She reads a lot of mystery novels.
  • She starts work every day by reading her e-mail.
  • Didn't you read the instructions?
  • Please read from Chapter 5 through Chapter 10.
  • He read the poem aloud.
  • He wrote down the address I gave him and read it back to me.
  • Her mother read to her every night at bedtime.

Synonyms of
read verb

¿Sabías esto?
  • Tenga en cuenta que la forma en el pasado se escribe igual, read, pero se pronuncia distinto (como la palabra red).

Related phrases for reading

Reverse translation for reading

lectura  - reading, reading matter 
leer  - to read 
decir  - to say, to tell, to speak, to talk, to call 
interpretar  - to interpret, to play, to perform 
poner  - to contribute, to put, to place, to set up, to establish, to install, to put in, to make, to turn on, to switch on, to suppose, to lay (eggs), to lay eggs, to put in, to add, 
marcar  - to mark, to score, to brand (livestock), to dial, to indicate, to show, to emphasize, to dial (a telephone), to guard (an opponent), to score (a goal, a point) 
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