interpreted


interpreted
adj. explained, clarified, elucidated; orally translated from one language to another; understood or explained in a particular way; dramatized in a particular fashion in·ter·pret || ɪn'tɜrprɪt /-'tɜːp- v. explain, clarify, elucidate; orally translate from one language to another; understand or explain in a particular way; act out a part in a particular fashion

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