interpret

[ in-tur-prit ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpret

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERPRET

It seeks to use it to interpret a change in its own plans and point of view.

Such phrases, and such phrases only, we may interpret metaphorically.

With his lack of imagination, he could not interpret what this time must mean to the girl before him.

At best they can only interpret the mind of the prophet, and can have no objective value.

The generous interpret motives in extremes—ever too enthusiastic or too severe.

He recognized the language as that of the Dyaks, though he could interpret nothing which they said.

"It don't need a Daniel to interpret them," answered Hannah.

She did not stop to interpret his meeting glance, nor ask him to read hers.

How shall we interpret the oracle, you and I and the old intriguer?

This was Bywater's opportunity; he chose to interpret the hesitation differently.

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