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read someone out (for something)

to chastise someone verbally for doing something wrong. The coach read the player out for making a silly error. She really read out the lazy players.
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read something out

to read something aloud. Please read it out so everyone can hear you. Read out the names loudly.
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Since it can take as much as 5 seconds of exposure to properly flood a chip, and several read outs to completely flush a saturated array, a significant amount of time can be consumed by the light-flood protocol.
If the read outs don't work properly, the fuel needle or the temperature needle do not point to the right places then the entire instrument cluster will need replacing.
If the read outs don't work properly, thefuelneedleorthe temperature needle do not point to the right places then the entire instrument cluster will need replacing.
And for the gadget enthusiasts there is an onboard display which not only gives the outside temperature but also altitude and air pressure read outs.
Scientists benefit from access to multiplexed cellular information including morphology, intensity, complexity and intensity of specific compartments, as well as fluorescence translocation, morphology changes, and texture analysis, among other read outs.
Tenders are invited for Manufacturing, Inspection, Testing, Supply, Installation And Commissioning, Warranty And Guarantee Of Vacuum System Comprising Of One Diffusion Pump, 2 Nos Of Rotary Vane Pumps, Valves, Gauges, Read Outs, Control Panel As Per Purchasers Specification Required At Barc, Trombay, Mumbai- 85