1.1(explanation)interpretación feminineI did not know what interpretation to put / place on his words — no supe muy bien cómo interpretar sus palabras
- it's open to a number of different interpretations — se puede interpretar de muchas maneras
- it's all a question of interpretation — depende de cómo se interprete
- according to this interpretation — de acuerdo con / a esta interpretación
- The subsequent interpretations of the debate by the panel and others were also totally unsurprising.
- This second interpretation stands the first interpretation on its head.
- This is where we run into trouble when we demand strict interpretations of questions and answers.
- Their understanding and interpretation is apt to be different from that of an outsider.
- According to this, more people in Guinea are embracing very strict interpretations of Islam.
- Although no one interpretation is true in an absolute sense, some interpretations of art seem better than others.
- Once this is ready, then all the regional variations and subjective interpretations can be laid to rest.
- I think it is giving this definition far too wide an interpretation.
- Every day there seem to be further clashing interpretations and contradictory claims about America's war talk.
- So I guess it is best that our attorneys stay within the strictest interpretation of the law and that I step away.
- I want you to listen to what he said in explaining his interpretation of this deal.
- That will lead them to a false conclusion worse than their interpretation of the truth.
- This is a brilliant antidote to the usual simplistic interpretations of imperialist adventures.
- Our understanding and interpretation of what we see is transformed as our visual sensibilities evolve.
- The first is concerned with the distribution of the strict and sloppy interpretations.
- Under their strict interpretation of Islam it could include death sentences.
- There were several individual attempts at explicitly Marxist interpretations of Shakespeare.
- I think that this had to be made explicit by me, namely to stop all kinds of interpretations.
- His interpretations of this vary, but are defined by an intense tunnel vision that blocks out the rest of the world.
- It then looks at the interpretations and explanations that have been given by various academic commentators.
1.2Music Theatreinterpretación feminine
- The text and all the artworks, thankfully, do not present an obvious interpretation of the title.
- The Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is a jewel for creative interpretation.
- There are videos and displays of still photographs all offering different interpretations of the main theme.
- Her interpretation and singing in that role, as far as I was concerned, was magical.
- The Beckett Society sent Evans a letter congratulating him on his interpretation of the role.
- It will be fascinating to see in the future how different interpretations of the role go.
- Each viewer brings their own frame of reference, which triggers an unique interpretation of the work.
- These variations were followed by three very different interpretations of Stravinsky.
- It is difficult to imagine what cello music would be without Ma's unique interpretations.
- Several works will be played more than once, giving us a chance to compare strikingly different interpretations.
- The work itself does not appear to offer any dramatically new information or new interpretations.
- Gemma and Laura take great interest in the different interpretations of the same role by each principal.
- The programme thus offers a sophisticated interpretation of the nature of law and the role that law plays in people's lives.
(translation)interpretación femininemy friend was able to provide an interpretation — mi amigo pudo hacer de intérprete
- simultaneous/consecutive interpretation — interpretación simultánea/consecutiva