|Main Entry:||biometric reader|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||an electronic device used to determine a person's identity by detecting and matching the person's physical features, such as fingerprints or the eyes, to a database; also called biometrical reader|
|Example:||In the past, biometric readers were very expensive and typically used in high-security areas.|
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