interpretation spans, Hester says, “among a group of 10 random contributors from 10 random countries.”
They are also demonstrably not an interpretation followed by most Muslims today.
On the interpretation of this British debate may turn the outcome of the next American presidential election.
My book was a curious combination of fiction and essay, of invention and interpretation.
The problem is not with Sharia or Islam; the problem is with the interpretation of Sharia.
What interpretation could she place upon these frequent marks of interest?
They accepted the facts and the interpretation which the mores put on them.
But this is no objection to the truth of the interpretation of the Mosaic law here given.
A Man, and God, and an Influence—is that the interpretation?
She listened eagerly, but she attributed an interpretation which he had not intended to his perfectly simple suggestion.
mid-14c. (late 13c. in Anglo-French), from Old French interpretacion (12c.) and directly from Latin interpretationem (nominative interpretatio) "explanation, exposition," noun of action from past participle stem of interpretari (see interpret).
interpretation in·ter·pre·ta·tion (ĭn-tûr'prĭ-tā'shən)
The act or process of explaining the meaning of something.
A psychotherapist's explanation of the meaning of a patient's remarks, dreams, memories, experiences, and behavior.