reinterpret


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re·in·ter·pret

 (rē′ĭn-tûr′prĭt)
tr.v. re·in·ter·pret·ed, re·in·ter·pret·ing, re·in·ter·prets
To interpret again or anew.

re′in·ter′pre·ta′tion (-tûr′prĭ-tā′shən) n.
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reinterpret

(ˌriːɪnˈtɜːprɪt)
vb (tr)
to interpret (an idea, etc) in a new or different way
ˌreinˌterpreˈtation n
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reinterpret


Past participle: reinterpreted
Gerund: reinterpreting

Imperative
reinterpret
reinterpret
Present
I reinterpret
you reinterpret
he/she/it reinterprets
we reinterpret
you reinterpret
they reinterpret
Preterite
I reinterpreted
you reinterpreted
he/she/it reinterpreted
we reinterpreted
you reinterpreted
they reinterpreted
Present Continuous
I am reinterpreting
you are reinterpreting
he/she/it is reinterpreting
we are reinterpreting
you are reinterpreting
they are reinterpreting
Present Perfect
I have reinterpreted
you have reinterpreted
he/she/it has reinterpreted
we have reinterpreted
you have reinterpreted
they have reinterpreted
Past Continuous
I was reinterpreting
you were reinterpreting
he/she/it was reinterpreting
we were reinterpreting
you were reinterpreting
they were reinterpreting
Past Perfect
I had reinterpreted
you had reinterpreted
he/she/it had reinterpreted
we had reinterpreted
you had reinterpreted
they had reinterpreted
Future
I will reinterpret
you will reinterpret
he/she/it will reinterpret
we will reinterpret
you will reinterpret
they will reinterpret
Future Perfect
I will have reinterpreted
you will have reinterpreted
he/she/it will have reinterpreted
we will have reinterpreted
you will have reinterpreted
they will have reinterpreted
Future Continuous
I will be reinterpreting
you will be reinterpreting
he/she/it will be reinterpreting
we will be reinterpreting
you will be reinterpreting
they will be reinterpreting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinterpreting
you have been reinterpreting
he/she/it has been reinterpreting
we have been reinterpreting
you have been reinterpreting
they have been reinterpreting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinterpreting
you will have been reinterpreting
he/she/it will have been reinterpreting
we will have been reinterpreting
you will have been reinterpreting
they will have been reinterpreting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinterpreting
you had been reinterpreting
he/she/it had been reinterpreting
we had been reinterpreting
you had been reinterpreting
they had been reinterpreting
Conditional
I would reinterpret
you would reinterpret
he/she/it would reinterpret
we would reinterpret
you would reinterpret
they would reinterpret
Past Conditional
I would have reinterpreted
you would have reinterpreted
he/she/it would have reinterpreted
we would have reinterpreted
you would have reinterpreted
they would have reinterpreted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reinterpret - interpret from a different viewpoint
rede, interpret - give an interpretation or explanation to
2.reinterpret - assign a new or different meaning to
construe, interpret, see - make sense of; assign a meaning to; "What message do you see in this letter?"; "How do you interpret his behavior?"
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Instead of delving into the writer's well-shrouded personal existence, Reed dared to occasionally revise and reinterpret Poe's works.
What Mann shows brilliantly, however, is that the Qing constellation afforded highly literate elite women remarkable new freedoms to write and reinterpret their own history.