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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reinterpret.

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Examples

  • Ranging from nylon duffel bags to leather water-proof messengers and even tweed day packs, the Japanese label reinterprets the modern day fashionable, technically proven bag into their own aesthetic.

    Hypebeast

  • We must demand that the Congress pass legislation that "reinterprets" the 14th Amendment -- to put a stop to the inane practice of granting citizenship to babies born to foreign nationals who arrive illegally.

    I'll See You at the Bill Signing

  • In a new adaptation, graphic novelist Joann Sfar reinterprets this French classic with reverence and in saturated color.

    Book Review Roundup: Movie Flops, Reality TV And The Constitution

  • On the album, Spalding reinterprets the traditional string ensemble and adds drums, piano, and her voice to the mix.

    See Best New Artist Esperanza Spalding on March 4

  • In a new adaptation, graphic novelist Joann Sfar reinterprets this French classic with reverence and in saturated color.

    Book Review Roundup: Movie Flops, Reality TV And The Constitution

  • Even as Filson continues to make tin-cloth pants for real-life loggers, its new Black Label collection reinterprets traditional outerwear with trimmer fits and a more urban palette.

    Mountain Man Mode

  • Mr. Lear similarly reinterprets situational irony, the kind of irony where what happens diverges from what is expected.

    Insight By Surprise

  • Vitra is releasing a nine-piece line in collaboration with G-Star RAW that reinterprets French Modernist architect Prouvé's stark, utilitarian furniture.

    Modern Masters

  • Magos reinterprets the works of master composers with equal verve.

    HW Pick: Magos Herrera, Luna Menguante Barluna «

  • This one opens with a ghost story by Mary Robinette Kowal and a pair of unusual fantasies by Patricia Russo and Scott Edelman, the latter of which reinterprets the devil.

    First review of Talebones #38

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