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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “read sth over/through”

read sth over/through

phrasal verb with read /riːd/ verb (read /red/)
to read something quickly from the beginning to the end, especially to find mistakes
(尤指為了發現錯誤)快速通讀,從頭到尾瀏覽
I read your proposal through last night and I think we'll agree to it.
昨晚我把你的建議從頭到尾讀了一遍,我認為我們會採納的。
Always read over your work when you've finished.
每次完成作業後,一定要通讀檢查一下。
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(Definition of read sth over/through from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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