Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinterpret.
  • adjective interpreted again

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Examples

  • Doesn't the process of deciding whether the legislation should be disapplied involve doing precisely the same exercise as giving effect to the 'reinterpreted' legislation?

    Vodafone 2 v HMRC

  • It also, on a practical level, seems to reduce Traditional magisterial teachings on salvation to theological semantics wherein prior teachings are de-emphasized, left unspoken, and "reinterpreted" in light of this "development" in theological thinking.

    CONFIRMED

  • The HT representative on the program dismissed or "reinterpreted" findings I presented so as to not challenge the group's simplistic utopian ideology which holds liberty in contempt as morally decadent.

    Dalia Mogahed: Who Speaks for Islam?

  • The new Constitution that was narrowly ratified in 1993 was "reinterpreted" to allow the president to seek a third term.

    The Price Of Success In Peru

  • If the negligence argument stands, actions that were legal in previous generations can suddenly be "reinterpreted" to be against the law, again casting a wide net.

    Aboriginal Activism

  • An EO issued by Clinton to ensure environmental justice for minority and low-income populations was 'reinterpreted' by the administration and broadened to include 'everyone' as a dodge on their specific responsibility to the disadvantaged populations who suffer greater exposure to environmental hazards than others.

    Reversing Bush's Imposed Legacy in the Next Administration

  • Fichte, Hegel, Treitschke "reinterpreted" his doctrines and assimilated them to their own views.

    A Special Supplement: The Question of Machiavelli

  • They were given espressos by the young secretary-barista whose skirt-and-top number was some kind of reinterpreted ravewear outfit toned down for a corporate workplace.

    Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town

  • Although I'm sure Mick Jones and the late Joe Strummer would cringe at the thought of having their punk anthem reinterpreted for a corporate event -- even an unconference like Stream2011 -- I must admit that these are the types of questions marketing managers are facing these days.

    Alex Hultgren: Branded Content: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

  • Although I'm sure Mick Jones and the late Joe Strummer would cringe at the thought of having their punk anthem reinterpreted for a corporate event -- even an unconference like Stream2011 -- I must admit that these are the types of questions marketing managers are facing these days.

    Alex Hultgren: Branded Content: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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