Meaning of interpretatively in English:

interpretatively

adverb

(also interpretively)

See interpretative

‘How do we understand and evaluate the characters of Richard and Bolingbroke, and which one are we supposed to ally ourselves with interpretively, and why?’
  • ‘Teachings such as these should be taken only interpretively, not definitively.’
  • ‘Second, the dialogues themselves are extremely varied and interpretatively often quite open.’
  • ‘Today's adherents range from scriptural fundamentalists to liberals who view the Bible interpretively.’
  • ‘The works do tend to be very tight compositionally and interpretatively.’