Definition of Interpolate (transitive, intransitive) To introduce (something) between other things; especially to insert (possibly spurious) words into a text. | (mathematics) To estimate the value of a function between two points between which it is tabulated. | (computing) During the course of processing some data, and in response to a directive in that data, to fetch data from a different source and process it in-line along with the original data.
How to use Interpolate in Sentences?
- 1. At this point I may very rightly interpolate a remark which has not a little explanatory value. 🔊
- 2. I will here, for the benefit of other clergymen, interpolate some extra pages upon the false style of church architecture. 🔊
- 3. The best readers are, however, in a measure co-operative authors, and may be left to interpolate the unsaid. 🔊
- 4. I will interpolate here an account of a typical trial of a new boat, using an E boat of the early 1916 vintage as an illustration. 🔊
- 5. He even goes so far as to interpolate into the body of his novels the actual eulogistic criticism that his own early works received from the reviewers. 🔊
- 6. The first would have the advantage of interpolating for short intervals only, while the second would be obliged to interpolate for much larger intervals. 🔊
- 7. Of the supporters of these writers, every one has been compelled to admit that their laws did not cover the facts, and to interpolate accommodating passages. 🔊
- 8. The methods of dealing in cotton are very intricate, and it is necessary here to interpolate an explanation of the relations between the prices paid by spinners for cotton and the quoted "spot" prices. 🔊