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Translation of "interpret" - English-Spanish dictionary

interpret

verb   /ɪnˈtɜː·prɪt/
to change what someone has said into another language traducir, hacer de intérprete We had to ask the guide to interpret for us.
to decide what the intended meaning of something is interpretar It’s difficult to interpret these statistics. A jury should not interpret the silence of a defendant as a sign of guilt.1110
(Definition of interpret from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

interpret

verb /inˈtəːprit/
to translate a speaker’s words, while he is speaking, into the language of his hearers interpretar, hacer una interpretación He spoke to the audience in French and she interpreted.
to explain the meaning of interpretar How do you interpret these lines of the poem?
to show or bring out the meaning of (eg a piece of music) in one’s performance of it interpretar The sonata was skilfully interpreted by the pianist.
interpretation noun
interpretación a modern interpretation of a Shakespeare play.
interpreter noun
a person who translates the words of a speaker into the language of his hearers. intérprete
(Definition of interpret from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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