interpretation[ in-tur-pri-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpretation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERPRETATION
"It may be better not to seek the interpretation," persists Eve.
That, I think, must be regarded as sound, and a just interpretation of the law.
Leonora neither accepted nor rejected my interpretation of what had passed.
Let us look for a moment at these two ideas: interpretation and guidance.
So much for the use of the subject-matter in interpretation.
It was interpreted by one to whom the interpretation was as natural as breathing.
Perhaps he had been mistaken in his interpretation of what he had seen.
A method of interpretation as ancient as Joseph, to be sure.
But any interpretation of nature by physical science is far in advance of such idealism.
Ought this interpretation of the Indian Penal Code to be possible?
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