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(Noun) An item compiles with pages that are either typed by computer, type writer, or hand written. It is used as a form of commnication so that another human being can understand the message. Books are teaching tools and are written in all languages.
Book rate
(Noun) An object that is made of various pages and that allows you to read.
Usage: This book has got many pages.

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(Noun) a written or printed work of fiction or nonfiction, usually on sheets of paper bound together
Usage: I read a book called "Marley and Me."

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(Noun) pages with information in them.
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(Noun) an object with pages that is meant to be read in order to take in details.
Usage: i read the book

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(Noun) A papery thing with words and stuff
Usage: I'm reading a book

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(Noun) a set of written sheets made of paper or other materials
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(Noun) A thing that you read to learn or have fun.
Usage: I read a book in language arts.

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(Noun) an object formed by a certain number of pages and by a cover
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(Noun) it is used by all people who want to learn,to have an additional information, helps us to understand every things on earth.
Book rate
(Noun) A written or printed work of fiction or nonfiction, usually on sheets of paper fastened or bound together within covers.
Usage: I would like to read a book.

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(Noun) Any number of pages of writing held together by a cover and spine.
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(Noun) A collection of pages that,when read, tell a story.
Usage: "I love reading books."

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A bunch of papers binded together
book rate
(Noun) a piece of literature that is made up of a plot, setting and characters which interact to form a story.
Usage: The book I am reading is very interesting.

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(Noun) many pieces of paper with words written on them, bound together as a volume.
Book rate
(Noun) An object usually made of paper that contains stories or written ideas or facts.
Usage: The book he read was very interesting.

book rate
papers binded together
Usage: i have a book.

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(Noun) A published document, a work under literary privileges
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(Noun) something that you read to learn
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(Noun) A set of written, printed, or blank pages fastened along one side and encased between protective covers.
Usage: i read the book before.

BOOK rate
(Abbreviation) Bio-Optic Organized Knowledge
book rate
(Noun) Pages put together and made into a public information item.
Usage: I read a book called the BFG.

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(Noun) written papers that countain any kind of information, and bound together within covers
Usage: I read books in my pastime

Book rate
(Noun) An object that is usually made of paper with a cover, that holds words with information or a story.
Usage: I read a book about math.

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(Noun) a collection of pages.
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(Noun) a collection of pages in some order.
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(Noun) a reading material
Usage: I'd rather read a fiction book then a non-fiction book.

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(Noun) a collection of pages that go together.
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(Noun) a collection of pages, usually made of paper, bound together, most often at the left edge, to read or look
Usage: She published a book of short stories.

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(Noun) something that you can read stories from
Usage: I like books.

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(Noun) What smart people use to learn
Usage: I read the most amazing book about Benjamin Franklin today!

book rate
(Verb) To make a reservation.
Usage: He booked passage on the ocean liner.

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(Noun) something you can read.
Usage: I like reading books for fun.

book rate
(Noun) a collection of words and sentences meaning various things
Usage: the book i read last night was about dinosaurs.

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(Noun) holds sheets of paper.
book rate
(Noun) Many pages about several topics put together.
Book rate
(Noun) A number of paper pages bound together to make a story with which you enjoy, learn, cry and remember.
Usage: "I just read the most spectacular book!"

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something that one can read
Usage: Oh look at that book over there.


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