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  • v  interpret from a different viewpoint
  • v  assign a new or different meaning to

  • A decision in Coleman's favor would send the case back to lower courts to reinterpret the standard for including absentee ballots.
  • Sometimes later styles "reinterpret" earlier ones, as abstract expressionism fostered the present veneration of the late works of Monet.
  • Philippa Gregory, author of the best-selling novel The White Queen, is using Twitter to reinterpret her book as a series of tweets from its main character.
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  • Brian May in FMQB
    Queen guitarist Brian May told the NME, "This would not be like rehashing, trying to pretend Freddie [Mercury]'s still here; suddenly we can reinterpret these songs with someone who understands what he's about, someone who relates to us. Suddenly it...
  • Bobby Gillespie in
    Suicide songs are so perfect and fully realized that it was hard to pick one and reinterpret it in a personal way,said Bobby Gillespie.
  • Susan Greenfield in Building Design
    Baroness Susan Greenfield, director of The Royal Institution, added: "This magnificent building can now enable us to reinterpret this 200-year-old mission to meet the challenges and demands of the 21st century."

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