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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
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I would say six to ten cadets joined because of what they read in the paper.
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Part primer and part reference guide, the book can be read in one sitting, or thumbed through for the topic of choice.