verb (used with object)
- to use an interpreter to transform (a program written in a high-level language) into a sequence of machine actions, one statement at a time, executing each statement immediately before going on to transform the next one.
- to read (the patterns of holes in punched cards) with an interpreter, printing the interpreted data on the same cards so that they can be read more conveniently by people.
verb (used without object)
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Origin of interpret
synonym study for interpret
OTHER WORDS FROM interpret
Example sentences from the Web for interpret
The EEG results too, while intriguing, are hard to interpret because the experimenters did not control for the scene the subjects were looking at during the recordings.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai announced plans for his organization to interpret the section 230, but it’s still unclear if it even has the authority to do so.This clip is all you need to know about the latest Congressional hearing on social media|Stan Horaczek|October 30, 2020|Popular Science
Tests are quite valuable, but have to be interpreted within context.How to plan a COVID-safe Thanksgiving, week-by-week|Kate Baggaley|October 30, 2020|Popular Science
The work is highly mathematical and has a Rube Goldberg quality to it, stringing together one calculational trick after another in a way that is hard to interpret.
The “passage indexing” announcement caused some confusion in the SEO community with several interpreting the change initially as an “indexing” one.
It has already been seen how the “instinct” of the blow-fly to lay its egg on meat is interpretable as a chemotropic response.Being Well-Born|Michael F. Guyer
The four forms of lenses are interpretable by means of equation .
The proof that nature is interpretable is that we have, at least in part, been able to interpret her.Lux Mundi|Various