Capable of being interpreted or explained(adjective)
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Use "interpretable" in a sentence
"However, since they do not, in fact, use any term interpretable as expressing an explicit concept of experience, we should stick closely to their terminology and characterize “personal knowledge” (qin zhi, B70) as knowledge by observation (guan)."
"Arguably, they thus acknowledge a distinction between utility or social norms and semantic truth (though their discussion here uses no word interpretable as “truth”)."
"(Fluency: The total number of interpretable, meaningful, and relevant ideas generated in response to the stimulus).? hooked I need help to think of an idea."