verb (used with object), in·ter·po·lat·ed, in·ter·po·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·po·lat·ed, in·ter·po·lat·ing.
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You have some points in time where you know exactly what age that is, but then in between you’re interpolating.The New Historian of the Smash That Made the Himalayas|Robin George Andrews|April 14, 2021|Quanta Magazine
This Brother office scanner handles photos and documents with a resolution up to 1200 x 1200 interpolated and 600 x 600 optical.Best document scanner: Wireless, handheld, and portable scanning for your home office|PopSci Commerce Team|February 24, 2021|Popular Science
Where there were brief gaps in the data early in the rollout, figures were interpolated based on a simple linear regression.The U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is Getting Faster. But Is It Enough?|Chris Wilson|February 11, 2021|Time
I love it when interpolated G-funk goes for higher stakes and realizes it fullest destiny as warrior music.Georgia Anne Muldrow’s 10 Freedom Songs wqWill Have You Activated|Joi-Marie McKenzie|August 28, 2020|Essence.com
At this point we should interpolate the reason why Hercules went against the Amazons.The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'|Compiled by Frank Sidgwick
I will interpolate here an account of a typical trial of a new boat, using an E boat of the early 1916 vintage as an illustration.The Story of Our Submarines|John Graham Bower
All members of the company had been warned that to interpolate lines or "business" meant a fine or worse.Sister Carrie|Theodore Dreiser
He was also told to interpolate the series with a 'blank', that is, to think of nothing at all.Clever Hans|Oskar Pfungst
No matter how timid one may be, still it is necessary to interpolate.