Translation of interpretative in Spanish:

interpretative

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtərprəˌteɪdɪv//ɪnˈtəːprɪtətɪv/

adjective

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    • His career was marked by his exceptional interpretative skills and he was widely regarded as one of the finest dance-actors of his generation.
    • However, indirect interpretive methods are more potent.
    • On the other hand, this hybridization can in its turn become a demon and effectively take possession of and try to control the interpretative agenda.
    • Debates about censorship and journalistic ethics prevented an interpretative, critical investigation of the disaster.
    • Success in judicial astrology largely depends on the skill and interpretative judgement of the astrologer.
    • The analytic interpretive system depends on causes and meaning in the unconscious mind.
    • I chose not to restrict myself to using either positivist or interpretive methods, but to adopt a pragmatic approach to data collection.
    • Subsequent nestings depend on one's own interpretative methods.
    • Now, I'd just like to do some interpretive damage control before my fellow wacky leftists get out of hand with this.
    • Moreover, once they are collected, considerable interpretative skill is required to ascertain the meaning of the materials that have been uncovered.
    • The idea that the history is more an interpretive art than a precise science is hotly contested - even among historians.
    • However, taking nothing for granted, and in part because of some of the difficulties I at first encountered, I have been energetic in seeking to extend the range of my interpretative skills.
    • This history doesn't require imagination, conceptual knowledge, or interpretive skill.
    • Among other findings, it concluded that universities should place more emphasis on developing basic interpretative and communication skills in students.
    • Perhaps my interpretive skills are flagging, but can someone point out the reference to torture here?
    • While the excavation component is more of a mechanical skill, the interpretive component is very subjective.
    • Screen culture is not an experimental science in search of law, but an interpretive one, in search of meaning.
    • That's a skill rooted in interpretive explanation, not just the rendering of experience.
    • Experience has shown that ampelography is a field of systematic botany requiring very specialized skills and interpretative ability, as well as an extraordinary memory.
    • Such books were subversive and only to be treated with great caution and interpretative skill.