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Things interpreting often describes (“interpreting ________”)
subject, bible, animals, results, beings, findings, being, animal, literature, information, statements, brecht, scores, power, your, events, dreams, texts, news, data, creatures, signs, visuals, language, differences, book, grammar, behavior, test, patterns, experience, text, functions, agencies, history, agency, agents, letters, graphs, program, tradition, grammars, chemistry, anaphors, facts, scripture, compounds, tests, them, measures, pair, traditions, pictures, affinity, document, measurements, community, coefficients, regression, pantomime, validity, skills, function, correlations, volume, illustrations, operations, symbols, philologies, subjects, maps, conditionals, marx

Descriptive words:
simultaneous, self, consecutive, own, legal, educational, worth, oral, medical, professional, remote, law, busy, deaf, much, mental, accurate, effective, over, joint, practical, based, mere, false, language, psychoanalytic, adequate, correct, dialogue, face, bilateral, careful, court, automatic, competent, successful, signed, semiconsecutive, defective, greek, level, continuous, judicial, nice, elaborate, comfortable, spoken, faint, flimsy, empirical, existin, swift, skilled, reflective

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See interpreting used in context: several books and articles.

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