read in


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read in

vb (adverb)
1. (Computer Science) to read (data) into a computer memory or storage device
2. (Anglicanism) read oneself in Church of England to assume possession of a benefice by publicly reading the Thirty-nine Articles
Translations

w>read in

vt sep (Comput) text, dataeinlesen
References in classic literature ?
And for to pass the time this booke shall be pleasant to read in.
From one of the passionate letters which later passed between them and which it is interesting to read in comparison Pope takes the idea and something of the substance of the poem.
I have had some opportunities of studying the conditions under which Nietzsche is read in Germany, France, and England, and I have found that, in each of these countries, students of his philosophy, as if actuated by precisely similar motives and desires, and misled by the same mistaken tactics on the part of most publishers, all proceed in the same happy-go- lucky style when "taking him up.
I read in bed, I read at table, I read as I walked to and from school, and I read at recess while the other boys were playing.