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Readmitted

riːədˈmɪt

Meanings of Readmitted:

verb

Admit (someone) to a place or organization again.

Usage examples:

They were readmitted to hospital

Readmitting

riːədˈmɪt

Meanings of Readmitting:

verb

Admit (someone) to a place or organization again.

Usage examples:

They were readmitted to hospital

Readopt

riːəˈdɒpt

Meanings of Readopt:

verb

Adopt (a physical position) again.

Usage examples:

The dog has readopted a sitting posture

Readopted

riːəˈdɒpt

Meanings of Readopted:

verb

Adopt (a physical position) again.

Usage examples:

The dog has readopted a sitting posture

Readopts

riːəˈdɒpt

Meanings of Readopts:

verb

Adopt (a physical position) again.

Usage examples:

The dog has readopted a sitting posture

Meanings of Readorn:

verb

To adorn again.

Meanings of Readorned:

verb

To adorn again.

Meanings of Readorning:

verb

To adorn again.

Meanings of Readorns:

verb

To adorn again.

Meanings of Readouts:

noun

A visual record or display of the output from a computer or scientific instrument.

Usage examples:

A digital read-out of latitude and longitude

Reads

riːd

Meanings of Reads:

verb

Look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed.

Usage examples:

It's the best novel i've ever read
noun

Understand or interpret the nature or significance of.

Usage examples:

He didn't dare look away, in case this was read as a sign of weakness
adjective

Having a specified level of knowledge as a result of reading.

Usage examples:

Ada was well read in french literature

Meanings of Readvance:

noun

An advance after a retreat or withdrawal; a renewed advance; geology the renewed advance of an ice sheet or glacier.

verb

To advance (a person or thing) again, or to a further extent.

Meanings of Readvancement:

noun

The action or an act of readvancing; a second or further advancement.

Readvertise

riːˈadvətʌɪz

Meanings of Readvertise:

verb

Advertise (something, especially a job vacancy) again.

Usage examples:

We'll have to re-advertise the job

Meanings of Readvertised:

verb

Advertise (something, especially a job vacancy) again.

Usage examples:

We'll have to re-advertise the job

Readvertising

riːˈadvətʌɪz

Meanings of Readvertising:

verb

Advertise (something, especially a job vacancy) again.

Usage examples:

We'll have to re-advertise the job

Meanings of Readvise:

verb

To advise (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Readvised:

verb

To advise (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Readvising:

verb

To advise (a person or thing) again.

Ready

ˈred.i

Meanings of Ready:

adjective

In a suitable state for an action or situation; fully prepared.

Usage examples:

Are you ready, carrie?
noun

Available money; cash.

Usage examples:

They, somehow, made readies available to keep their friend in the style to which he had become accu…
verb

Prepare (someone or something) for an activity or purpose.

Usage examples:

The spare transformer was readied for shipment
combining form

Denoting something that is available, suitable, or prepared for a particular use or purpose.

Usage examples:

An oven-ready chicken

Ready-for

ˈpraɪm ˌtaɪm

Meanings of Ready-for:

noun

The period between 8 and 11 at night when the largest number of people are watching television

Usage examples:

Prime time programs

Ready-money

ˌred.i ˈmʌn.i

Meanings of Ready-money:

noun

Money that is available to be spent immediately

Meanings of Ready-to-drop:

idiom

To be extremely tired

Usage examples:

I'd just walked ten miles and was ready to drop.

Ready-to-wear

ˌred.i.təˈweər

Meanings of Ready-to-wear:

adjective

Used to describe clothes that are produced in standard sizes, and not ones that are made to fit a particular person

Usage examples:

Ready-to-wear fashion, a ready-to-wear collection

Readying

ˈrɛdi

Meanings of Readying:

verb

Prepare (someone or something) for an activity or purpose.

Usage examples:

The spare transformer was readied for shipment
adjective

In a suitable state for an action or situation; fully prepared.

Usage examples:

Are you ready, carrie?
noun

Available money; cash.

Usage examples:

They, somehow, made readies available to keep their friend in the style to which he had become accu…

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