readership Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"readership" in British English

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readershipnoun [S, + sing/pl verb]

uk   /ˈriː.də.ʃɪp/  us   /-dɚ-/
C1 the ​group of ​people who ​regularlyread a ​particularnewspaper, ​magazine, etc.: The ​magazine has a readership of over 250,000. It's a ​newspaper with a ​largeright-wing readership.
(Definition of readership from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"readership" in Business English

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readershipnoun [C, usually singular, U]

uk   us   /ˈriːdəʃɪp/
COMMUNICATIONS the ​number or ​type of ​people who ​regularly read a particular ​newspaper, ​magazine, or ​website: a big/wide/​declining readership newspaper/​magazine readership readership ​figures a decline/​drop in readership an increase/​gain in readership The ​paper is ​aiming for an ​initial readership of 25,000.print/online readership The ​balance between ​print and ​online readership has ​shiftedsubstantially in recent ​years.
(Definition of readership from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “readership”
in Arabic القُرّاء…
in Korean 독자층…
in Portuguese número de leitores de uma publicação…
in Catalan lectors…
in Japanese 読者層(数)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (报纸、杂志等的全体)读者…
in Turkish okuyucular, abone sayısı…
in Russian круг читателей…
in Chinese (Traditional) (報紙、雜誌等的全體)讀者…
in Italian lettori, pubblico…
in Polish czytelnicy…
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