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interpretive

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinterpretivein‧ter‧pre‧tive /ɪnˈtɜːprətɪv $ -ɜːr-/ AWL adjective  DLTSHinterpretative
Examples from the Corpus
interpretiveThese questions need not simply be factual, they can also be interpretive.The meaning of scripture is never simply given; it is always the fruit of an interpretive act.interpretive danceWhen the death is commemorated as a sacrifice, this is by way of interpretive metaphor.Reading is an interpretive process.Until recently there would normally have been two interpretive stages.The latter is an interpretive task relying on a transformation of meaning from one context to another.Then he, Michele, and Romy do an interpretive victory dance for their former classmates.
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