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interpret
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Dream interpretation is a most important means of divining the future and one that may very probably be tested in your OWL.
  • Use The Dream Oracle to interpret each others most recent dreams.

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  • Turn, please, to the introduction and read what Imago has to say on the matter of dream interpretation.
  • By the time they had all finished reading the introduction of the book, they had barely ten minutes left for dream interpretation.
  • Divide into pairs, please, and interpret each other’s latest night-time visions with the aid of the Oracle.
  • It is true, however, that those who have mastered Legilimency are able, under certain conditions, to delve into the minds of their victims and to interpret their findings correctly.
  • And by the time she had interpreted Harrys dreams at the top of her voice (all of which, even the ones that involved eating porridge, apparently foretold a gruesome and early death), he was feeling much less sympathetic towards her.
  • He took Sirius at his word, and interpreted this as an order to leave the house.

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as in: interpret Spanish to English Define
to translate words into spoken words of another language (This word is used in place of translate when the translation is done real-time, or on-the-fly, or immediately as needed.)
as in: her interpretation of the data Define
to understand or explain something in a particular way -- often the meaning or significance of something
as in: her musical interpretation Define
express personal artistic ideas or feelings while performing (or performing to) someone else's work
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