A pair of young readers.
- a person who reads
- a person appointed or elected to read lessons, prayers, etc. aloud in church
- a person who reads and evaluates manuscripts for a publication
- a person who records the readings of meters, etc., as for a public utilities companyin full meter reader
- a schoolbook containing stories, poems, etc. for use in teaching how to read
- an anthology or omnibus
- Brit. a university teacher ranking below a professor: approximately equivalent to an associate professor in the U.S.
- an assistant who reads and marks examinations, themes, etc. for a professor
- ☆ a magnifying device for viewing microfilm or microfiche
- one who reads, or interprets, lines in the palm of a hand, tea-leaf patterns, horoscopes, etc., as to predict the future
- A person who reads, especially:a. A person who regularly reads certain material: a reader of crime novels.b. See lay reader.c. A person employed by a publisher to read and evaluate manuscripts.d. One who corrects printers' proofs; a proofreader.e. A teaching assistant who reads and grades examination papers.
- Chiefly British A university teacher, especially one ranking next below a professor.
- a. A textbook of reading exercises.b. An anthology, especially a literary anthology.
- Any of various devices that read or retrieve data from a storage device or credit card.
- See e-reader.
- A person who reads a publication.
- A person who recites literary works, usually to an audience.
- A proofreader.
- (chiefly UK) A university lecturer below a professor.
- Any device that reads something.
- a card reader, a microfilm reader
- A book of exercises to accompany a textbook.
- A literary anthology.
- A lay or minor cleric who reads lessons in a church service.
- A newspaper advertisement designed to look like an news article rather than a commercial solicitation.
reader - Computer Definition
A machine that captures data for the computer, such as an optical character reader, magnetic card reader and punch card reader. A microfiche or microfilm reader is a self-contained machine that reads film and displays its contents.