Definition of Paraphrase. Meaning of Paraphrase. Synonyms of Paraphrase

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Definition of Paraphrase

Paraphrase
Paraphrase Par"a*phrase, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Paraphrased; p. pr. & vb. n. Paraphrasing.] To express, interpret, or translate with latitude; to give the meaning of a passage in other language. We are put to construe and paraphrase our own words. --Bp. Stillingfleet.
Paraphrase
Paraphrase Par"a*phrase, v. i. To make a paraphrase.

Meaning of Paraphrase from wikipedia

- A paraphrase or rephrase (/ˈpærəˌfreɪz/) is the rendering of the same text in different words without losing the meaning of the text itself. More often...
- material Paraphrase m**** Biblical paraphrase Presbyterian paraphrases - traditional Presbyterian church songs Paraphrases of Erasmus Lunar Paraphrase Paraphrase...
- A biblical paraphrase is a literary work which has as its goal, not the translation of the Bible, but rather, the rendering of the Bible into a work that...
- "The Heresy of Paraphrase" is the name of the paradox where it is impossible to paraphrase a poem because paraphrasing a poem removes its form, which...
- For the linguistics definition, see paraphrase. For the paraphrases by Erasmus of the New Testament, see Paraphrases of Erasmus. For the medieval Biblical...
- Paraphrase über den Fund eines Handschuhs, often referred to in English as Paraphrase on the Finding of a Glove, is a set of ten etchings by Max Klinger...
- Paraphrase or paraphrasing in com****tional linguistics is the natural language processing task of detecting and generating paraphrases. Applications...
- Paraphrasing of copyrighted material may, under certain cir****stances, constitute copyright infringement. In most countries that have national copyright...
- A paraphrase m**** is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the M**** that uses as its basis an elaborated version of a cantus firmus, typically chosen from...
- "As above, so below" is a po****r modern paraphrase of the second verse of the Emerald Tablet, a short Hermetic text which first appeared in an Arabic...