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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.

reinterpret

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

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
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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