interpretation noun (FIND MEANING) translation to Traditional Chinese
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interpretation

noun [C or U] (FIND MEANING)
解釋
 
 
/ɪnˌtɜː.prɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ US  /-ˌtɝː.prɪˈt̬eɪ-/
an explanation or opinion of what something means
解釋,闡釋;理解
The dispute is based on two widely differing interpretations of the law.
爭論是源於對法律的兩種截然不同的解釋。
The rules are vague and open to interpretation.
規則很含糊,可作各種詮釋。
It is difficult for many people to accept a literal interpretation of the Bible.
很多人覺得難以接受對聖經的字面詮釋。
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Translations of “interpretation”
in Korean 통역…
in Arabic تَفْسير, تَرْجَمة…
in Portuguese interpretação…
in Catalan interpretació…
in Japanese 解釈…
in Italian interpretazione…
in Russian толкование, трактовка, интерпретация…
in Turkish yorum, tefsir, (oyun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 解释, 解释,阐释, 理解…
in Polish interpretacja…
(Definition of interpretation noun (FIND MEANING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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