verb (used with object), parsed, pars·ing.
verb (used without object), parsed, pars·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM parsepars·a·ble, adjectiveparser, nounmis·parse, verb (used with object), mis·parsed, mis·pars·ing.un·parsed, adjective
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It’s worth it, then, to spend some time parsing through what, exactly, the reporting says, what the specific denials are, and how they match with the facts as we know them.Did Trump call US war dead “losers” and “suckers”? The controversy, explained.|Alex Ward|September 4, 2020|Vox
In a new column, VOSD Editor in Chief Scott Lewis parses the decision and slams officials for refusing to prioritize the physical reopening of schools.
We just need to parse what “winning” means in terms of biology.The Secret to a Long, Healthy Life Is in the Genes of the Oldest Humans Alive|Shelly Fan|August 10, 2020|Singularity Hub
Because neurons aren’t packed together the same way between different brain regions, this provides a way to parse the brain into areas that can be further studied.These Scientists Just Completed a 3D ‘Google Earth’ for the Brain|Shelly Fan|August 5, 2020|Singularity Hub
To understand the effects of Covid-19 going forward, however, economists within and outside the US government are parsing very different sets of data.The data to focus on instead of GDP to understand where the economy is going|Karen Ho|July 31, 2020|Quartz