Reader meaning

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A person appointed or elected to read lessons, prayers, etc. aloud in church.
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(brit.) A university teacher ranking below a professor: approximately equivalent to an associate professor in the U.S.
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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.
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A person who reads, especially:
  • A person who regularly reads certain material.
    A reader of crime novels.
  • A person employed by a publisher to read and evaluate manuscripts.
  • One who corrects printers' proofs; a proofreader.
  • A teaching assistant who reads and grades examination papers.
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(chiefly british) A university teacher, especially one ranking next below a professor.
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Any of various devices that read or retrieve data from a storage device or credit card.
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A person who reads.
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A person who reads and evaluates manuscripts for a publication.
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A person who records the readings of meters, etc., as for a public utilities company.
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An assistant who reads and marks examinations, themes, etc. for a professor.
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A magnifying device for viewing microfilm or a microfiche.
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One who reads, or interprets, lines in the palm of a hand, tea-leaf patterns, horoscopes, etc., as to predict the future.
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(religion) A person who is not ordained but is appointed to lead most services in the Anglican Church.
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