||spectacular show, dazzling display, showboat
||Grandpa said the rodeo had too much razzle-dazzle. It was too fancy.
|reach for the sky
||raise your hands, put them up
||The cowboy drew his gun and said, "Reach for the sky, mister!"
||phone me, contact me
||You can reach me by leaving a message at my brother's place.
||cause me to feel your message
||The minister said he was trying to reach the kids through a film.
||offer to help, let people know that you care
||Magdalena reaches out to the children in violent families.
||read with the leader, read together
||The instructor asked the class to read along in their text books.
|read between the lines
||see what is not written, read the implied message, find the hidden meaning
||If we read between the lines, the memo says the company is going to be sold.
||add your own meaning, see what you are hoping to see
||Teri reads love into every letter you write to her.
|read it over
||read it, go over it
||Read it over and tell me what you think it says.
|read me (CB radio)
||hear my voice, hear my message
||"Do you read me?" she asked. "Yes. Loud and clear," he replied.