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interpret

[in′tər·prət]
(computer science)
To print on a punched card the information punched in that card.
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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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For the second hour the whole class would interpret a painting selected by me, projected onto the screen.
Clear directives are essential to interpret the data objectively.
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There are differences also in how you interpret poetry as opposed to prose.
There are estimated to be more than 7,500 state and local taxing jurisdictions, making it very likely that a practitioner is going to be asked to interpret how an unfamiliar state or local tax affects a client's business.
In addition, other important teaching objectives can also be emphasized, such as how to interpret scatterplots and correlation, evaluating the tenability of assumptions, writing null and alternative hypotheses associated with hypothesis tests, and reporting and interpreting confidence intervals and p-values.
In determining the age of minerals and rocks it is often possible to derive a precise number that can be interpreted as a date, it is another matter to accurately interpret the number in terms of the timing of a discrete geological event or process.
This process also forces the modeler to understand the levels of the independent variables being reviewed, which is invaluable information once it is time to interpret the model's results.