English words and Examples of Usage

use "interpret" in a sentence

Avoid eye contact as dogs interpret it as a challenge or a threat.

How we interpret it depends on how we are invested in the question at hand.

They should have done more to help Canadian consumers interpret those labels.

Ultimately, it's up to local water agencies to interpret the governor's order.

It is part of our profession to notice social change and to try and interpret it.

Okay, what you're looking at here is early 1970s party food, so allow me to interpret.

The poem wasn’t obviously “Chinese,” however you might interpret that, Alexie explains.

But certain people choose to interpret Islam in a way that does hold women back."

It's the way I see things visually, it's the way I interpret information, she says."

But, we're watching very closely to try and interpret those things that may be helpful to us."

“So I wouldn’t necessarily interpret Walmart’s higher wage as a sign of an economic turnaround.

That makes it all the more maddening to interpret whether forward estimates are too high or too low.

Don't interpret this survey as a sign that the outlook has weakened, Dales said in a note to clients.

We need to sit down and figure out how to interpret this, says Nordia spokesperson Philip van Leeuwen.

Theories are structures of ideas that explain and interpret facts.8.

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