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lip-read

(lĭp′rēd′)
v. lip-read (-rĕd′), lip-read·ing, lip-reads
v.tr.
To interpret (utterances) by lip reading.
v.intr.
To interpret utterances by lip reading.

lip-read

(ˈlɪpˌriːd)
vb, -reads, -reading or -read (-ˈrɛd)
to interpret (words) by lip-reading

lip-read


Past participle: lip-read
Gerund: lip-reading

Imperative
lip-read
lip-read
Present
I lip-read
you lip-read
he/she/it lip-reads
we lip-read
you lip-read
they lip-read
Preterite
I lip-read
you lip-read
he/she/it lip-read
we lip-read
you lip-read
they lip-read
Present Continuous
I am lip-reading
you are lip-reading
he/she/it is lip-reading
we are lip-reading
you are lip-reading
they are lip-reading
Present Perfect
I have lip-read
you have lip-read
he/she/it has lip-read
we have lip-read
you have lip-read
they have lip-read
Past Continuous
I was lip-reading
you were lip-reading
he/she/it was lip-reading
we were lip-reading
you were lip-reading
they were lip-reading
Past Perfect
I had lip-read
you had lip-read
he/she/it had lip-read
we had lip-read
you had lip-read
they had lip-read
Future
I will lip-read
you will lip-read
he/she/it will lip-read
we will lip-read
you will lip-read
they will lip-read
Future Perfect
I will have lip-read
you will have lip-read
he/she/it will have lip-read
we will have lip-read
you will have lip-read
they will have lip-read
Future Continuous
I will be lip-reading
you will be lip-reading
he/she/it will be lip-reading
we will be lip-reading
you will be lip-reading
they will be lip-reading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lip-reading
you have been lip-reading
he/she/it has been lip-reading
we have been lip-reading
you have been lip-reading
they have been lip-reading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lip-reading
you will have been lip-reading
he/she/it will have been lip-reading
we will have been lip-reading
you will have been lip-reading
they will have been lip-reading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lip-reading
you had been lip-reading
he/she/it had been lip-reading
we had been lip-reading
you had been lip-reading
they had been lip-reading
Conditional
I would lip-read
you would lip-read
he/she/it would lip-read
we would lip-read
you would lip-read
they would lip-read
Past Conditional
I would have lip-read
you would have lip-read
he/she/it would have lip-read
we would have lip-read
you would have lip-read
they would have lip-read
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lip-read - interpret by lipreading; of deaf people
read - interpret something that is written or printed; "read the advertisement"; "Have you read Salman Rushdie?"
Translations

lip-read

[ˈlɪpriːd]
A. VTleer los labios a
B. VIleer los labios

lip-read

[ˈlɪpˌriːd] vi & vtleggere (sul)le labbra

lip

(lip) noun
1. either of the folds of flesh which form the edge of the mouth. She bit her lip.
2. the edge of something. the lip of a cup.
-lipped
a thin-lipped mouth.
ˈlip-read verb
(of a deaf person) to understand what a person is saying by watching the movement of his lips.
ˈlipstick noun
(a stick of) colouring for the lips.
pay lip-service to
to show respect to, or approval of, in word only, without sincerely feeling it.

lip-read

يَقْرَأُ حَرَكَاتِ الْشِفَاهِ odezírat ze rtů mundaflæse von den Lippen ablesen διαβάζω τα χείλη leer los labios lukea huulilta lire sur les lèvres čitati s usnica leggere le labbra 読唇術で解する 독순술로 이해하다 liplezen lese på munnen przeczytać z warg ler os lábios читать по губам läsa på läpparna แปลคำพูดด้วยการอ่านริมฝีปาก dudak okuma đọc khẩu hình 唇读

lip-read

vi (pret & pp -read) leer los labios
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We'd all end up with cushions covering our ears trying to lip-read the characters on screen.
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Visitors are asked to take part in a fun challenge to lip-read and guess what is said in examples of everyday conversation - and see just how confusing they can be for people who are deaf.
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Everybody has lip-read what Terry apparently said to Anton Ferdinand, and in the eyes of the law he's innocent until proven guilty.
However, when addressing the Royal National Institute for the Deaf tomorrow, he should remember members can lip-read.
She has some hearing but it is poor at higher pitches so she has to lip-read.
Joanne Hobbs, who has been class tutor for deaf students for five years, said they were proud to have been chosen: "Warwickshire College has a great reputation for supporting profoundly deaf students through teaching sign language, but we also feel there is a lot of people that lose hearing later in life who would benefit more from learning to lip-read.
How handy that they just happen to have a deaf agent to lip-read at a crucial moment
She can lip-read and talks with plenty of facial expressions and gestures to make herself understood.