A restatement of a text, passage, or work, expressing the meaning of the original in another form, generally for the sake of its clearer and fuller exposition; a setting forth the signification of a text in other and ampler terms; a free translation or rendering; -- opposed to metaphrase.
To express, interpret, or translate with latitude; to give the meaning of a passage in other language.
a brief rewriting of a work in words different from the original
a restating of something in other, especially simpler, words.
5,6 Using different words to express the same meaning.
Restatement in your own words of a phrase or idea that you found in your research sources. When you paraphrase, be extra careful to footnote any ideas that you take from your sources.
involves borrowing an idea that you rephrase in your own words.
When writing university assignments you will frequently draw on the ideas and writings of others, and incorporate them into your own work. A paraphrase is one method of doing this. More about paraphrasing.
Restatement of a text in different words.
restating in one's own words the subject and ideas of another; also, restating in prose the subject and ideas of a poem
restate in different words.
rewording for the purpose of clarification
express the same message in different words
a detailed restatement in your own words of a written or sometimes spoken source material
a "Free rendering or amplification of a passage, expression of its sense in other words
a matter of using your own words to say what the author has told you
a restatement in your own words and your own style of someone's ideas and discoveries
a restatement, in your own words rather than the words of the author, of the comments or ideas from a research source
a restatement of a message, usually for the sake of clarity, using different words
a restatement of another writer's point
a restatement of a quotation or text that is phrased in new words by the writer to make the original statement clearer or more succinct
a restatement of information in the original source
a restatement of the meaning of a passage
a restatement of the original material using other words in the interest of simplicity
a restatement of the poem in your own words
a restatement of the quatiation in your own words, usung your own sentence structure
a restatement of written or spoken text in different words
a restatement or summary in your own language, and you must not use quotation marks
a retelling of an idea in different words
a rewording of another writer's text, explanation, argument, or narrative
a rewording of a particular point in a source
a re-wording of someone else's thoughts, while a quote means using their exact words
a rewording of someone's ideas or information
The reader re-states the author's sentence in a more straightforward manner. Readers paraphrase by replacing challenging vocabulary words with more familiar synonyms, simplifying syntax or sentence structure, or dividing a long sentence into multiple shorter sentences. Paraphrasing can be used to demonstrate the reader's comprehension of the sentence.
to put another's idea, opinion or argument into your own words.
to record someone else’s words in the writer’s own words
To restate text or passage in another form or words.
The act of putting another person's ideas into your own words. Paraphrasing simplifies a selection; it does not necessarily shorten it.
a statement in which somebody expresses something that somebody has written or said using different words
Paraphrase is the ability to describe something without using the exact word, or to say what someone else said, but without using the exact words that they did.
to re-state a portion of text in your own words using the basic ideas of the original author
A rewording of something written or spoken by someone else; a free rendering of a passage. See also Plagiarism.
an indirect quote or summary of the words the news maker said
to restate something in your own words.
To use the ideas or words of another person, but stating them in your own words.
A method of using information or opinions from a source while putting such information in your own words.
To express a statement or text in other words, especially in order to clarify.
(Gk. paraphrazein 'to say in other words; ÅÜ´«±¹µü¡N·NÄ¶): A rendering in other words of the sense of a text or passage.
To express in other words the meaning of something spoken or written. Although not direct quotations, paraphrases must cite their sources.
To express something using your own words without changing its meaning.
Stating another author's opinions, ideas, or observations in your own words. When you paraphrase, you still give full credit (through in-text citation) to the original author.
To reword a passage to express the meaning another way.
A restatement of a text in a reader's own words
The restatement of a poem using words that are different but as equivalent as possible. Here is a sample paraphrase: Moving th'earth brings harms and fears; Men reckon what it did and meant; But trepidation of the spheres, Though greater far, is innocent. -Donne, "A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning""An earthquake causes a great deal of destruction and arouses fear. Men assess the damage it did and speculate about its significance. However, a movement of the heavenly bodies,though a phenomenon far more vast, does not show itself so directly or appear to have such terrible consequences."
To restate or reword something that has been said by another person in order to confirm your understanding of the information.
A restatement of a thought, passage, or text that significantly alters both the words and the grammatical structure of the original.
is a restatement in your own words of someone else's ideas or observations. When paraphrasing, it is important to acknowledge the original source in order to avoid plagiarism. Parody
restating the meaning in own words, retaining all of the ideas without making an interpretation or evaluation
A paraphrase uses an existing translation as a starting point and rewrites that text using different words or formats, as opposed to actually translating directly from the original Hebrew and Greek text.
To summarize or rewrite in your own words a quote. Paraphrasing should not have quote marks.
Saying what someone else has said in your own words; contrast with summary and quote
A sentence-by-sentence restatement of the ideas in a passage, using different words.
A paraphrase is a statement or remark explained in other words or another way, so as to simplify or clarify its meaning. It can be used as a replacement for a direct quotation when the original text is unavailable or under copyright restriction. A paraphrase can substitute a euphemism for a direct statement, in order to avoid offense.