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reading

US [ˈridɪŋ]
UK [ˈriːdɪŋ]
  • n.阅读;解读;读物;宣读
  • adj.读书的
  • v.“read”的现在分词
  • Web雷丁大学;读数;朗读
Plural Form:readings  
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n.
活动activity
1.
[u]
阅读;读书活动the activity of sb who reads
My hobbies include reading and painting.
我的业余爱好包括读书和绘画。
He needs more help with his reading.
他在阅读方面需要更多的帮助。
Are you any good at map reading?
你会看地图吗?
reading glasses(= worn when reading)
读书用的眼镜
a reading lamp/light(= one that can be moved to shine light onto sth that you are reading)
供阅读用的灯
2.
[sing]
阅读;宣读an act of reading sth
A closer(= more detailed) reading of the text reveals just how desperate he was feeling.
细读此文就会看出他当时感到多么绝望。
书;文章books/articles
3.
[u]
读本;读物;阅读材料books, articles, etc. that are intended to be read
reading matter/material
阅读材料
a series of reading books for children
一套儿童读物
a reading list(= a list of books, etc. that students are expected to read for a particular subject)
阅读书目
further reading(= at the end of a book, a list of other books that give more information about the same subject)
其他阅读参考材料
The report makes for interesting reading(= it is interesting to read) .
这篇报道读起来很有意思。
The article is not exactly light reading(= it is not easy to read) .
这篇文章读起来并不轻松。
理解方法way of understanding
4.
[c]
~ (of sth)
理解;解读the particular way in which you understand a book, situation, etc.
a literal reading of the text
对文本的字面理解
My own reading of events is less optimistic.
我本人对事态的看法不怎么乐观。
度量measurement
5.
[c]
(仪表的)读数the amount or number shown on an instrument used for measuring sth
Meter readings are taken every three months.
每三个月查一次表。
活动event
6.
[c]
读书会;朗诵会;朗诵的作品an event at which sth is read to an audience for entertainment; a piece of literature that is read at such an event
a poetry reading
诗歌朗诵会
The evening ended with a reading from her latest novel.
晚会最后朗诵了一段她的最新小说。
《圣经》from Bible
7.
[c]
(在礼拜仪式中朗读的)《圣经》章节a short section from the Bible that is read to people as part of a religious service
The reading today is from the Book of Daniel.
今天朗读的经文选自《但以理书》。
议会in parliament
8.
[c]
议案宣读(法案在成为法律前须经议会讨论通过的步骤)one of the stages during which a bill(= a proposal for a new law) must be discussed and accepted by a parliament before it can become law

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