Idioms

read (someone) his or her rights
to make or read the required statement of legal rights to a person who has been arrested
The police officer read the bank robber his rights when he was arrested.
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  • read (someone) like an open book
  • read (something) into (something)
  • read (something) over or read over (something)
  • read (something) through or read through (something)
  • read between the lines
  • read the handwriting on the wall
  • read the riot act (to someone)
  • read up on (someone or something)
  • ready, willing, and able
  • real McCoy
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  • in the cards
  • dash off
  • in the affirmative
  • a fish out of water
  • feel put upon
  • hitch one`s wagon to a star
  • break into (someone's) conversation
  • make book on (something)
  • be over
  • at stake

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