readthrough

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read +‎ through

Noun[edit]

readthrough (plural readthroughs)

  1. The process of reading through something; a perusal.
  2. (film, television, theater) An organized reading of the screenplay or script by all of the actors, prior to the actual performance.
  3. (genetics) The situation where a modified stop codon allows transcription to continue beyond the usual point.

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