The definition of interpolate is to interject or insert something between fixed points, or to insert something into text or into conversation.(verb)
See interpolate in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < L interpolatus, pp. of interpolare, to polish, dress up, corrupt < interpolis, altered by furbishing, repaired < inter-, between + polire, to polish
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verb in·ter·po·lat·ed, in·ter·po·lat·ing, in·ter·po·lates verb, transitive
Origin: Latin interpolāre, interpolāt-, to touch up, refurbish
Origin: , from interpolis, refurbished; see pel-5 in Indo-European roots.
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