in·ter·pret / inˈtərprit/ • v. (-pret·ed, -pret·ing) [tr.] 1. explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions): the evidence is difficult to interpret. ∎ [intr.] translate orally the words of another person speaking a different language: I agreed to interpret for Jean-Claude. ∎ perform (a dramatic role or piece of music) in a particular way that conveys one's understanding of the creator's ideas.2. understand (an action, mood, or way of behaving) as having a particular meaning or significance: her self-confidence was often interpreted as brashness.DERIVATIVES: in·ter·pret·a·bil·i·ty / -ˌtərpritəˈbilitē/ n.in·ter·pret·a·ble adj.in·ter·pre·ta·tive / -ˌtātiv/ adj.in·ter·pre·ta·tive·ly / -ˌtātivlē/ adv.in·ter·pre·tive / -ˈtərpritiv/ adj.in·ter·pre·tive·ly / -ˈtərpritivlē/ adv.
Hence interpreter XIV. So interpretation XIV.