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in·ter·po·late

 (ĭn-tûr′pə-lāt′)
v. in·ter·po·lat·ed, in·ter·po·lat·ing, in·ter·po·lates
v.tr.
1. To insert or introduce between other elements or parts.
2.
a. To insert (material) into a text.
b. To insert into a conversation. See Synonyms at introduce.
3. To change or falsify (a text) by introducing new or incorrect material.
4. Mathematics
a. To estimate a value of (a function or series) between two known values.
b. To create a continuous function that incorporates (a finite set of data), such as creating a curve that passes through a fixed set of points or a surface through a fixed set of curves.
5. To introduce estimated values of (pixel data) into a pixel array to improve the quality of an enlarged digital image.
v.intr.
To make insertions or additions.

[Latin interpolāre, interpolāt-, to touch up, refurbish, from interpolis, refurbished; see pel- in Indo-European roots.]

in·ter′po·la′tion n.
in·ter′po·la′tive adj.
in·ter′po·la′tor n.

interpolate

(ɪnˈtɜːpəˌleɪt)
vb
1. to insert or introduce (a comment, passage, etc) into (a conversation, text, etc)
2. to falsify or alter (a text, manuscript, etc) by the later addition of (material, esp spurious or valueless passages)
3. (intr) to make additions, interruptions, or insertions
4. (Mathematics) maths to estimate (a value of a function) between the values already known or determined. Compare extrapolate1
[C17: from Latin interpolāre to give a new appearance to, from inter- + polīre to polish]
inˈterpoˌlater, inˈterpoˌlator n
inˈterpolative adj

in•ter•po•late

(ɪnˈtɜr pəˌleɪt)

v. -lat•ed, -lat•ing. v.t.
1. to introduce (something additional or extraneous) between other things or parts; interject; interpose.
2. to insert, estimate, or find an intermediate term in (a mathematical sequence).
3.
a. to alter (a text) by the insertion of new matter, esp. deceptively or without authorization.
b. to insert (new or spurious matter) in this manner.
v.i.
4. to make an interpolation.
[1605–15; < Latin interpolātus, past participle of interpolāre to make new, refurbish, touch up]
in•ter′po•lat`or, n.
in•ter`po•la′tion, n.
in•ter′po•la`tive, adj.

interpolate


Past participle: interpolated
Gerund: interpolating

Imperative
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Present
I interpolate
you interpolate
he/she/it interpolates
we interpolate
you interpolate
they interpolate
Preterite
I interpolated
you interpolated
he/she/it interpolated
we interpolated
you interpolated
they interpolated
Present Continuous
I am interpolating
you are interpolating
he/she/it is interpolating
we are interpolating
you are interpolating
they are interpolating
Present Perfect
I have interpolated
you have interpolated
he/she/it has interpolated
we have interpolated
you have interpolated
they have interpolated
Past Continuous
I was interpolating
you were interpolating
he/she/it was interpolating
we were interpolating
you were interpolating
they were interpolating
Past Perfect
I had interpolated
you had interpolated
he/she/it had interpolated
we had interpolated
you had interpolated
they had interpolated
Future
I will interpolate
you will interpolate
he/she/it will interpolate
we will interpolate
you will interpolate
they will interpolate
Future Perfect
I will have interpolated
you will have interpolated
he/she/it will have interpolated
we will have interpolated
you will have interpolated
they will have interpolated
Future Continuous
I will be interpolating
you will be interpolating
he/she/it will be interpolating
we will be interpolating
you will be interpolating
they will be interpolating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interpolating
you have been interpolating
he/she/it has been interpolating
we have been interpolating
you have been interpolating
they have been interpolating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interpolating
you will have been interpolating
he/she/it will have been interpolating
we will have been interpolating
you will have been interpolating
they will have been interpolating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interpolating
you had been interpolating
he/she/it had been interpolating
we had been interpolating
you had been interpolating
they had been interpolating
Conditional
I would interpolate
you would interpolate
he/she/it would interpolate
we would interpolate
you would interpolate
they would interpolate
Past Conditional
I would have interpolated
you would have interpolated
he/she/it would have interpolated
we would have interpolated
you would have interpolated
they would have interpolated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.interpolate - estimate the value of
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
compute, calculate, cipher, cypher, figure, reckon, work out - make a mathematical calculation or computation
2.interpolate - insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby
edit, redact - prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting; "Edit a book on lexical semantics"; "she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages"

interpolate

verb insert, add, introduce, intercalate He interpolated a lot of spurious matter into the manuscript.

interpolate

verb
To put or set into, between, or among another or other things:
Translations
interpolovat
interpoloida

interpolate

[ɪnˈtɜːpəleɪt] VTinterpolar

interpolate

vt remarkeinwerfen; matter into book etcinterpolieren, einfügen; (Math) → interpolieren

interpolate

[ɪnˈtɜːpəˌleɪt] vt (frm) (remark) → interpolare
to interpolate (into) (phrase, passage) → inserire (in)
References in classic literature ?
It is highly probable that these poems were interpolations into the "Catalogues" expanded by later poets from more summary notices in the genuine Hesiodic work and subsequently detached from their contexts and treated as independent.
the supposed interpolation lacks a sufficient motive.
The summer house itself, so airy and so broken, is like one of those old tales, imperfectly remembered; and these living branches of the Baldwin apple tree, thrusting so rudely in, are like your unwarrantable interpolations.
10 It must be mentioned also that the learning of this age has left permanent traces of its influence on these fables, ll by causing the interpolation with them of some of those amusing stories which were so frequently introduced into the public discourses of the great preachers of those days, and of which specimens are yet to be found in the extant sermons of Jean Raulin, Meffreth, and Gabriel Barlette.
The reader will observe that the writer has been unable to keep the women out of an interpolation consisting only of four lines.
What is very important: two curves may have the same set of nodes but different N or [gamma] results in different interpolations (Fig.
The perturbations to pressure map features following high-degree interpolations (2x and 3x) are incremental but small.
The interpolations performed were IDW, spline, ordinary Kriging, simple Kriging and universal Kriging.
Because of the only two 1D interpolations, the proposed method consumes much less time than the conventional 2D interpolation methods.
If a multi-directional adaptive weighting interpolator is activated during the first stage of interpolation, two-point average interpolations will be performed first along the two diagonal directions.
We have given two means to perform the linear interpolation of the transfer function, above-mentioned as the real and complex interpolations.
In order to check and compare the results of the interpolations we have used a regular grid of about 350 points (20x20) as shown in the Figure 9.