speed-read

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speed-read

(spēd′rēd′)
v. speed-read (-rĕd′), speed-read·ing, speed-reads
v.tr.
To read (a book, for example) by means of speed-reading.
v.intr.
To practice or engage in speed-reading.

speed′-read′er n.

speed′-read`

or speed′read`,



v.t., v.i. -read (-ˌrɛd) -read•ing.
to read faster than normal, esp. by acquired techniques of skimming and controlled eye movements.
[1960–65]
speed′-read`er, n.

speed-read


Past participle: speed-read
Gerund: speed-reading

Imperative
speed-read
speed-read
Present
I speed-read
you speed-read
he/she/it speed-reads
we speed-read
you speed-read
they speed-read
Preterite
I speed-read
you speed-read
he/she/it speed-read
we speed-read
you speed-read
they speed-read
Present Continuous
I am speed-reading
you are speed-reading
he/she/it is speed-reading
we are speed-reading
you are speed-reading
they are speed-reading
Present Perfect
I have speed-read
you have speed-read
he/she/it has speed-read
we have speed-read
you have speed-read
they have speed-read
Past Continuous
I was speed-reading
you were speed-reading
he/she/it was speed-reading
we were speed-reading
you were speed-reading
they were speed-reading
Past Perfect
I had speed-read
you had speed-read
he/she/it had speed-read
we had speed-read
you had speed-read
they had speed-read
Future
I will speed-read
you will speed-read
he/she/it will speed-read
we will speed-read
you will speed-read
they will speed-read
Future Perfect
I will have speed-read
you will have speed-read
he/she/it will have speed-read
we will have speed-read
you will have speed-read
they will have speed-read
Future Continuous
I will be speed-reading
you will be speed-reading
he/she/it will be speed-reading
we will be speed-reading
you will be speed-reading
they will be speed-reading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been speed-reading
you have been speed-reading
he/she/it has been speed-reading
we have been speed-reading
you have been speed-reading
they have been speed-reading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been speed-reading
you will have been speed-reading
he/she/it will have been speed-reading
we will have been speed-reading
you will have been speed-reading
they will have been speed-reading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been speed-reading
you had been speed-reading
he/she/it had been speed-reading
we had been speed-reading
you had been speed-reading
they had been speed-reading
Conditional
I would speed-read
you would speed-read
he/she/it would speed-read
we would speed-read
you would speed-read
they would speed-read
Past Conditional
I would have speed-read
you would have speed-read
he/she/it would have speed-read
we would have speed-read
you would have speed-read
they would have speed-read
References in periodicals archive ?
If the information is time-sensitive, note that in the subject line so that speed-readers will know to prioritize your message.
Well, our speed-readers could say something like this: "I used my speed-reading abilities on the Sledgehammer case.
Author Pierre Bayard, of How to Talk About Books that You Haven't Read, said that frequent speed-readers have developed the ability to "form valid opinions about texts they have only skimmed".
The geopolitical chapter, for example, is fascinating but not for speed-readers.
All of those tales of amazing speed-readers are bunk, Ronald Carver, a professor of education and psychology at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, told Noah.
The things of this earth"--African earth--and the quotidian "daily living" (to speed-readers the banal) are largely missing from the edited version, a kind of Moby-Dick in which the lion, leopard, and Debba hunts remain, but the "processes and techniques of daily living"--on a whaler or in a safari camp--are greatly diminished.