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readership the collective body of readers of a newspaper, magazine, or other publication.
readily promptly or easily. [2 definitions]
readiness the state of being willing, available, or ready. [2 definitions]
reading the action or activity of examining and comprehending written language. [8 definitions]
reading room a room, esp. designated for reading or quiet study as in a library.
readjust to bring once again to a more fitting or more correct state, relationship, position, or the like; to adjust again. [2 definitions]
readjustment combined form of adjustment.
readmission combined form of admission.
readmit combined form of admit.
readopt combined form of adopt.
readout a readable body of information retrieved from or displayed by an instrument, computer, or the like. [2 definitions]
ready having done the necessary things to get underway; prepared. [8 definitions]
ready-made made up ahead of time, as clothes in assorted sizes; not custom-made. [3 definitions]
ready-mix already combined for quick and easy use, esp. after adding a liquid.
ready room a room where crew members of an aircraft receive instructions before takeoff.
reaffirm combined form of affirm.
reaffirmation combined form of affirmation.
reaffix combined form of affix.
reagent a substance used in a chemical reaction to control or measure the reaction, analyze another substance, or produce a particular substance.
reagin either of two antibodies found in the blood, one in persons who have allergies and one in those who test positive for syphilis.
real1 not fictional or imagined; having actual existence; true. [6 definitions]