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interpret

[in′tər·prət]
(computer science)
To print on a punched card the information punched in that card.

interpret

To run a program one line at a time. Each line of source language is translated into machine language and then executed.
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But for the purposes of the class, which aimed to equip students with the skills to interpret the paintings as religious objects, the students claimed they needed something rather different.
As a teacher of introductory statistics, I was able to achieve many objectives in my classroom that day, by also incorporating how to apply and interpret other related concepts.
In other words, interpreting is done only when the speaker completes each intelligible chunk of the speech or the entire speech and stops; the interpreter then takes over and interprets the chunk or the entire speech without any interruption from the speaker.
For those who may not be aware, the Haydock Commentary on the Douay-Rheims Bible interprets this passage as follows: "the abolishing of the Mass as much as possible, and the practice of heresy and abomination, unto the end of antichrist's persecution .
Beier, PricewaterhouseCoopers' Leader, National Technical Services, observes there is the potential for an investor to interpret a material weakness as casting a shadow over a company's entire system of internal control on financial reporting, when it may only be a single aspect of the system that resulted in the adverse opinion.
For some reason, the system could not interpret the phrase "speak to a human being" well enough to transfer the caller to a live operator.
There is literally no waiting /'or this particular CTPSS system to analyze and interpret the compressive load data captured by the sensing element.
But we certainly can select, interpret, and analyze the "news they need" from the mountains of chaff out there.
Policyholders have viewed California as a place where they could convince courts to interpret insurance policies broadly.
Another benefit is that since the gestures are made at a low level in the center of the vehicle other drivers are not likely to see them and interpret them as digital expletives.
However, even if we can interpret their behavior as supportive, is it compassionate?
9-10) she recognizes the growth of consumption and the increasing ability of individuals to interpret for themselves.