Definition of Reinterpretation

1. Noun. A new or different meaning.

Generic synonyms: Interpretation, Reading, Version
Derivative terms: Reinterpret



2. Noun. A new or different interpretation.
Generic synonyms: Interpretation, Rendering, Rendition
Derivative terms: Reinterpret

Definition of Reinterpretation

1. Noun. The condition of being reinterpreted ¹

2. Noun. A new interpretation ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinterpretation

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reinterpretation (current term)
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reinterview
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Literary usage of Reinterpretation

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1. The Interpretation of Life: In which is Shown the Relation of Modern Culture by Gerhart Cornell Mars (1908)
"Every Age Demands a reinterpretation of Life. It has been worth our while to quote the " Sartor Resartus " at such length because it portrays, ..."

2. Migration and the Labour Market in Asia: Recent Trends and Policies by Nihon Rōdō Kyōkai, Japan Institute of Labour (2003)
"While a lingering legal battle still continues, the NPC reinterpretation and subsequent court judgements basically established the legality of the ..."

3. The Universal Elements of the Christian Religion: An Attempt to Interpret by Charles Cuthbert Hall (1905)
"To many of these minds, such a reinterpretation seems not impossible, ... Many feel that such a reinterpretation is necessary, and that until it comes the ..."

4. The International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and by Charles Augustus Briggs (1920)
"When did the reinterpretation which appears in our text arise ? Possibly, even probably, in the first century BC ; for with the assertion of the power of ..."

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