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PARSE [from linguistic terminology] v. 1. To determine the syntactic
structure of a sentence or other utterance (close to the standard
English meaning). Example: "That was the one I saw you."
"I can't parse that." 2. More generally, to understand or
comprehend. "It's very simple; you just kretch the glims and then
aos the zotz." "I can't parse that." 3. Of fish, to
have to remove the bones yourself (usually at a Chinese restaurant).
"I object to parsing fish" means "I don't want to get a
whole fish, but a sliced one is okay." A "parsed fish"
has been deboned. There is some controversy over whether
"unparsed" should mean "bony", or also mean