read in

verb

Definition of read in

transitive verb

: to cause (oneself) to enter formally upon a new benefice in the Church of England after appointment by public reading of a set of accepted doctrinal statements and by assenting to the statements

intransitive verb

: to enter formally upon a new benefice in the Church of England by reading oneself in

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