- From the Late Latin interpretābilis, from interpretor; equivalent to interpret + -able; compare the obsolete French interpretable. (Wiktionary)
“However, since they do not, in fact, use any term interpretable as expressing an explicit concept of experience, we should stick closely to their terminology and characterize “personal knowledge” (qin zhi, B70) as knowledge by observation (guan).”
“Arguably, they thus acknowledge a distinction between utility or social norms and semantic truth (though their discussion here uses no word interpretable as “truth”).”
“(Fluency: The total number of interpretable, meaningful, and relevant ideas generated in response to the stimulus).? hooked I need help to think of an idea.”
“To ensure that our findings are interpretable to readers who are not necessarily well-versed in statistical methods, we have translated them into more intuitive metrics.”
“Liberal party discourse is always sinuous and infinitely interpretable.”
“So far, your definition of God is simply “a higher order”, a vague statement, but interpretable as true.”
“Although, outwards signs etc. would be interpretable along the lines of an interstate Kremlinology.”
“Interval Measurement, which allows interpretation of ratios of differences, so that, for example, one difference can be said to be twice another, also arithmetic means are interpretable, as well as medians and modes.”
“However, mentioned elsewhere in the two summaries released so far are statements interpretable as suggesting the remote possibility of 5-7 meters (about 15-22 feet).”
“The only real lesson that can be taken away from the Republican's political stunt of reading the Constitution is how endlessly changeable and interpretable the document truly is.”
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