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a lack of ability to read and write.
the state of being illiterate; lack of any or enough education.
a mistake in writing or speaking, felt to be characteristic of an illiterate or semiliterate person: a letter that was full of illiteracies.
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Functional illiteracy - Wikipedia


Functional illiteracy is reading and writing skills that are inadequate "to manage daily living and employment tasks that require reading skills beyond a basic ...

Illiteracy | Definition of Illiteracy by Merriam-Webster


Define illiteracy: the state of not knowing how to read or write — illiteracy in a sentence.

Causes of illiteracy | Literacy Foundation


Illiteracy in individuals stems from different, generally inter-related causes which create a series of often insurmountable barriers for those concerned.

Illiteracy | Define Illiteracy at Dictionary.com


Illiteracy definition, a lack of ability to read and write. See more.

illiteracy - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


Illiteracy is the inability to read. You can help someone overcome illiteracy by reading together, or even by sharing your knowledge of vocabulary.

Illiteracy In New York City – Literacy Partners Inc.


Over 2 million New York City residents can be described as being functionally illiterate– that's 25% of the total population in the city. Unfortunately, it's largely a  ...

Illiteracy - definition of illiteracy by The Free Dictionary


il·lit·er·a·cy n. pl. il·lit·er·a·cies. 1. The condition of being unable to read and write. 2. An error, as in writing or speech, made by or thought to be characteristic of ...

Illiteracy dictionary definition | illiteracy defined - YourDictionary


illiteracy. Play il·lit·er·a·cy. Use illiteracy in a sentence. LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD LIST. noun. The definition of illiteracy is lack of knowledge in a particular ...