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e-read·er

 (ē′rē′dər)
n.
A small, portable device onto which the contents of a book in electronic format can be downloaded and read.
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e-reader

n
(Communications & Information) a portable device that allows users to download and read texts in electronic form
[C21: from e-2 + reader]
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