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read sth out

phrasal verb with read uk   us   /riːd/ verb (read, read uk   /red/ us   )
B2 to read something and say the words aloud so that other people can hear: He read out the names of all the winners.
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Translations of “read sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 宣讀, 朗讀, 大聲讀出…
in Russian читать вслух, оглашать…
in Turkish yüksek sesle okumak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宣读, 朗读, 大声读出…
in Polish odczytać coś…
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