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    • A series of explanations or interpretations.
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commentary definition

  • noun:
    • A series of explanations or interpretations.
    • An expository treatise or group of annotations; an exegesis. Usually found in the plural.
    • An apt description or example: a scandal that is a sad discourse on nation-wide politics.
    • an individual narrative; a memoir. Often found in the plural.
    • a number of reviews or annotations; specifically, a book of explanations or expositions generally or part of various other work.
    • A brief account of deals or occasions written hastily, just as if for a memorandum; -- frequently when you look at the plural; because, Caesar's Commentaries regarding Gallic War.
    • An oral information of a meeting, specially transmitted by tv or radio, since it does occur.
    • a number of commentary or annotations; esp., a book of explanations or expositions on the whole or part of the Scriptures or of other work.
    • A brief account of transactions or activities written hastily, like for a memorandum; -- frequently when you look at the plural.
    • a set or number of commentary or annotations; specially, a conclusion or elucidation of hard and obscure passages in a book or any other writing, and consideration of concerns suggested by all of them, organized in the same purchase as in the text or writing analyzed; an explanatory essay or treatise: because, a commentary on Bible. A textual discourse explains mcdougal's definition, sentence by sentence.
    • whatever serves to explain or show; an exemplification.
    • A historical narrative; an explanatory record of particular transactions: as, the Commentaries of Cæsar.
    • Synonyms See comment, n.
    • a written explanation or criticism or example which included with a novel or any other textual material
    • a few explanations or interpretations.
    • An expository treatise or number of annotations; an exegesis. Frequently found in the plural.
    • An apt description or example: a scandal which a sad commentary on national politics.
    • an individual narrative; a memoir. Often used in the plural.
    • some commentary or annotations; specially, a book of explanations or expositions overall or a part of other work.
    • a short account of transactions or occasions written hastily, as if for a memorandum; -- frequently in the plural; as, Caesar's Commentaries in the Gallic War.
    • An oral information of an event, specially transmitted by television or radio, as it does occur.
    • some reviews or annotations; esp., a novel of explanations or expositions on the whole or part of the Scriptures or of other work.
    • a quick account of transactions or events written hastily, as if for a memorandum; -- usually when you look at the plural.
    • a set or number of responses or annotations; particularly, a reason or elucidation of tough and obscure passages in a novel or other writing, and consideration of questions recommended by them, organized in the same purchase as in the writing or writing examined; an explanatory article or treatise: because, a commentary in the Bible. A textual commentary describes the author's definition, phrase by phrase.
    • whatever serves to explain or show; an exemplification.
    • A historical narrative; an explanatory record of particular transactions: as, the Commentaries of Cæsar.
    • Synonyms See remark, n.
    • a written description or critique or example that is put into a book or other textual material
  • others:
    • to publish records or feedback.
    • To review upon.
    • to create records or opinions.
    • To comment upon.
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