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[reed-out] /ˈridˌaʊt/
Computers. the output of information from a computer in readable form.
Compare printout.
the information displayed on a graduated instrument.
Also, read-out.
Origin of readout
1645-55, for an earlier sense; noun use of verb phrase read out Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • No one will see, hear, or anything the only evidence would be the readout on a machine they can see themselves.
  • The fragments produce a color readout that is translated into a genetic sequence.
  • Call up climate settings, and a transparent temperature readout overlays the navigation map or audio screen.
  • They were wired to a machine in the stern that recorded their temperatures and also gave a readout on a screen.
  • The only sound was the clatter of high-speed readout printers, and underneath that, the hum of air conditioners and circulators.
  • Or you can choose a readout to show up after a certain distance, telling you your current elevation, for example.
  • We thought about doing this with a real simple readout: color.

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