Definition of Reinterpret

1. Verb. Interpret from a different viewpoint.

Exact synonyms: Re-explain
Generic synonyms: Interpret, Rede
Derivative terms: Reinterpretation



2. Verb. Assign a new or different meaning to. "Sam and Sue reinterpret the movie "
Generic synonyms: Construe, Interpret, See
Derivative terms: Reinterpretation

Definition of Reinterpret

1. Verb. To interpret again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reinterpret

1. interpret [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: interpret

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Literary usage of Reinterpret

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1. The Respective Standpoints of Psychology and Logic by Mathilde Castro (1913)
"Logic finds it necessary to reinterpret not only idea but reality also. Such a difference in interpretation will give the locus of the psychologist's ..."

2. Trukese-English Dictionary by Ward Hunt Goodenough, Hiroshi Sugita (1980)
"regurgitate a bit of food as a result of very heavy eating (a sign of complete satiety). reinterpret ... make convenient, reinterpret (with ..."

3. Phi Delta Kappan by Phi Delta Kappa (1912)
"A single person might reinterpret and relive these ideals but the chances are all against it because the forces that make for complacency and satisfaction ..."

4. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1895)
"A third course still remains—to reinterpret Christianity in the light of modern knowledge, the principle of development, and the spirit of religion as ..."

5. An Unorthodox Conception of Being: A Synthetic Philosophy of Ontology by William Ellsworth Hermance (1912)
"But rather than repudiate the commonly accepted and continuously taught and supposedly comprehensible wave theory, they reinterpret the definition of wave, ..."

6. Doctrine and Development: University Sermons by Hastings Rashdall (1898)
"And that means that we have got to reinterpret to ourselves the symbols of the ... Every age has got to reinterpret the creed which it has received in the ..."

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