Definition of interpolation
What is the definition of "interpolation"?
1. An abrupt change in elements, with continuation of the first idea.
2. the process of estimating the value of a function at a point from its values at nearby points.
3. The process of including and processing externally-fetched data in a document or program; see interpolate.
4. That which is introduced or inserted, especially something foreign or spurious.
Use "interpolation" in a sentence
"This interpolation is considerably longerone hundred and seven words."
"[It does this in two senses of the word interpolation: it adds false conception-making on top of the basis and adds there as well what this false conception-making interpolates."
"_Crosstree_; let something catching be substituted for most of the music of the First Act, -- specially omitting the "Why, certainly!" interpolation, which is a feeble but evident imitation of Mr. W.S. GILBERT's classic "What, never?""
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