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Interpreting means providing your own conception and explanation of a situation. An interpretation is an explanation of something that is not immediately understandable or obvious. All people must interpret facts in the context of a specific situation. For example, in a business planning situation an analyst needs to interpret the price/earnings ratio of each competitor. Is the competitor successful? Why is the stock price at current levels?
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