Third-person singular simple present indicative form of read. (verb)
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Use "reads" in a sentence
"And guess what: the label reads "Hecho en Honduras" as well as "Importado a Mexico".4.10pm: Newt Gingrich has mentioned Ronald Reagan 61 times in 19 debates, but has been criticised for over-stating his connections to the Republicans' favourite former president."
"Xanax -- I usually quarter these pills, never take the whole thing, though I often try to mix with one cocktail for maximum buzz when the label reads "this medication may increase the effects of alcohol" I take that as a helpful hint."
"The tone is so frank it shocks; the title reads: ‘Migration threatens the DNA of the nation’."