lip reading

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lip reading

n.
A technique for understanding unheard speech by interpreting the lip and facial movements of the speaker.

lip reader n.
Translations

lip read·ing

n. lectura labial, interpretación del movimiento de los labios.

lip reading

n lectura de los labios
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