Words and phrases that have a meaning related to interpretation:   (264 results)

Often used in the same context:
reinterpretation, misinterpretation, definitions, characterization, construal, exegetical, hermeneutics, wording, phrasing, literal interpretation, exegesis, literalism, explications, reasoning, ambiguity, codification, vagueness, textualist, indefiniteness, monism, misreading, expositor, draftsmanship, applicability, indeterminacy, percepts, extrapolation, generalization, subjectiveness, meanings, translation, presuppositions, estimation, platonism, argumentation, phraseology, caselaw, versification, intuitions, legalist, textualism, dicta, relativist, incommensurability, decipherment, formalism, viewpoint, cogito, depiction, maeterlinck, literalness, assertion, logical positivism, schemata, symbolization, delineation, elicitation, lenity, ipse dixit, constructionist, absoluteness, misconstruction, conclusions, generis, factuality, preambles, exegete, idiom, mimesis, spareness, conclusiveness, epistemology, theorization, doctrines, metaphysicians, obiter dictum, elucidation, conceptions, understandability, anthropologic, intertextuality, propounder, contexts, res gestae, foregrounding, worldview, caveated, phonology, intendment, empiricist, originalist, critique, enunciation, permissibility, emendation, pentameter, supernaturalism, precedents, exculpation, ascription, midrashic, inference, interpretations, definition, perspective, conceptualization, explanation, connotation, conceptualisation, explanations, meaning, account, approach, concept, conception, explication, periodization, rationale, signification, assessment, consent, course, theory, agent, appendix, appraisal, chart, chemistry, classification, composition, corporation, ct, inquiry, insurance, judgment, knowledge, list, literature, message

More specific:
anagoge, broad interpretation, clarification, construal, construction, eisegesis, elucidation, enlargement, exegesis, expansion, exposition, expounding, judicial activism, literal interpretation, misinterpretation, mistaking, misunderstanding, popularization, reading, reconstruction, reinterpretation, twist, version

Appears in the definition of:
., above, abu ali al-husain ibn abdallah ibn sina, accepted, actuary, adequacy, anagoge, avicenna, ayatollah, broad interpretation, cabalism, casals, clara josephine schumann, clarification, construal, construction, context, context of use, control function, control operation, critic, current intelligence, defect, deixis, democratic-republican party, double entendre, eisegesis, elucidation, embellishment, embroidery, eurhythmics, eurhythmy, eurythmics, eurythmy, exegesis, exposition, expounding, find, fundamentalism, halacha, halaka, halakah, horoscopy, ibn-sina, illumination, inferential, interpret, interpretative, interpretive, islamism, judicial activism, kabbalism, letter, linguistic context, literal, literal interpretation, loose, misinterpretation, mistaking, misunderstanding, mullah mohammed omar, mullah omar, objective, oneiromancer, oneiromancy, open, pablo casals, popularisation, popularization, reading, receive, reconstruction, reinterpretation, render, schumann, spin, spinmeister, spin doctor, statistician, statistics, symboliser, symbolist, symbolizer, tralatitious, twist, unambiguous, unequivocal, univocal, version, whig party, wiggle room

More general:
explanation, internal representation, mental representation, performance, representation, speech act

interpreting, reading, rendering, rendition, version

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— Adjectives for interpretation: correct, literal, possible, biblical, historical, proper, physical, alternative, allegorical, judicial, strict, more...

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See interpretation used in context: 40 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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