Definition of interpretable in English:

interpretable

adjective

  • See interpret

    • ‘Factor analysis showed the ten multiple intelligences fell into three interpretable factors which were predicted by both gender and test experience.’
    • ‘Of course there is no such thing as a universally interpretable pictogram.’
    • ‘Hence the data is not really interpretable in terms of what it says about the proportion of children infected from their mothers.’
    • ‘The first 13 factors appeared interpretable and explained 54% of the common variance.’
    • ‘They were interpretable; they weren't deflecting the viewer.’

Pronunciation

interpretable

/ɪnˈtəːprɪtəb(ə)l/