Spanish translation of 'interpret'
1. (= translate orally) traducir ⧫ interpretar
2. (= explain, understand) interpretar
how are we to interpret that remark? ¿cómo hemos de interpretar ese comentario?
that is not how I interpret it yo no lo entiendo así ⧫ yo lo entiendo de otro modo
(= translate) traducir
(= work as interpreter) trabajar de intérprete
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Example Sentences Including 'interpret'
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And how should he interpret the meaning of the red hat of the cardinal or the Red Cross?A Philosophy of Interior Design (1990)
He therefore excluded any hint of any emotion that could have been interpreted by his judges as irrational.ALEXANDER THE CORRECTOR (2004)
Your new love can interpret the meaning of dreams.The Sun (2016)
And those laws will be interpreted by judges not in Luxembourg but in courts across this country.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
He blamed judges for wrongly interpreting Human Rights laws that stop foreign terror suspects from being deported.The Sun (2006)
The intelligence picture must be expertly interpreted and then acted upon.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The judge was interpreting the European Convention but with a ridiculous result.The Sun (2006)
The problem is how judges interpret it.The Sun (2011)
This would also mean powers for judges to interpret a written constitution.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Another question is who collects, interprets and acts on this data?Times, Sunday Times (2013)
What if some of our own judges interpret the law according to their political prejudices too?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
And often people interpret its meaning as simply taking good care of what we have or being frugal with money.Christianity Today (2000)
How do they interpret the meanings of particular social interactions?Sociology (1995)
In fact, the media often present contradictory information, and audiences are frequently engaged in interpreting the meaning of the information they receive.Sociology (1995)
The answer to the first question depends very much on how the concept of meaning is interpreted.Victimology - the victim and the criminal justice process (1989)
The present controversy swirls around how to interpret or explain this difference.The Developing Child (7th edn.) (1995)
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'interpret' in Other Languages
British English: interpret /ɪnˈtɜːprɪt/ VERB
If you interpret something in a particular way, you decide that this is its meaning or significance.
I interpreted her look as a sign she didn't approve.
- American English: interpret
- Arabic: يُفَسِّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: interpretar
- Chinese: 翻译
- Croatian: tumačiti
- Czech: vyložit vysvětlit
- Danish: fortolke
- Dutch: interpreteren
- European Spanish: interpretar
- Finnish: tulkita
- French: interpréter
- German: interpretieren
- Greek: ερμηνεύω
- Italian: interpretare
- Japanese: 解釈する
- Korean: 해석하다
- Norwegian: tolke
- Polish: zinterpretować
- European Portuguese: interpretar
- Romanian: a interpreta
- Russian: толковать
- Spanish: interpretar
- Swedish: tolka
- Thai: แปล
- Turkish: yorumlamak
- Ukrainian: перекладати
- Vietnamese: giải thích
Translation of interpret from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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