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Oxford dictionary definition of the word interpolate:
1insert (something of a different nature) into something else:
illustrations were interpolated in the text
insert (words) in a book or other text, especially in order to give a false impression as to its date.
alter or enlarge (a text) by insertion of new material.
Mathematics insert (an intermediate value or term) into a series by estimating or calculating it from surrounding known values.
2interject (a remark) in a conversation:
[with direct speech]:
‘I dare say,’ interpolated her employer
early 17th century: from Latin interpolat- ‘refurbished, altered’, from the verb interpolare, from inter- ‘between’ + -polare (related to polire ‘to polish’)