interpretative

[adj] - that provides interpretation
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Interpretative

In·ter'pre·ta·tive adjective [ Confer French interprétatif .] 1. Designed or fitted to interpret; explanatory. ' Interpretative lexicography.' Johnson. 2. According to interpretation; constructive. « An interpretative siding with heresies.»
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interpretative

1. Designed or fitted to interpret; explanatory. 'Interpretative lexicography.' ... 2. According to interpretation; constructive. 'An interpretative siding with heresies.' (Hammond) ... Origin: Cf. F. Interpretatif. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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interpretative

interpretive adjective that provides interpretation
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Interpretative

• (a.) According to interpretation; constructive. • (a.) Designed or fitted to interpret; explanatory.
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