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read·er·ship / ˈrēdərˌship/ • n. 1. [treated as sing. or pl.] the readers of a newspaper, magazine, or book regarded collectively: it has a readership of 100 million. 2. (usu. Readership) Brit. the position of Reader at a university.

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Readership

Readership

readers collectively, 1923; used chiefly by periodical publishers.

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