Writing up odds ratio of three-way interaction

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Hi there - grateful for any thoughts about this.

I'm doing a generalized linear model analysis of a binomial dependent variable (whether the participant gets the correct answer or not).

I have three independent variables A (two condition groups), B (two different categories), and C (a nine-level scale variable).

When testing for a three-way interaction of A+B+C, I get a significant result with an odds ratio of 0.5. However, how do I write this up to account for the scale variable? I'm tempted to say something like "When A is positive and B is positive, participants were fifty per cent less likely to respond with the correct answer for every level of C", or perhaps "For participants in the A=1 condition with the B=1 category, every additional level of C makes them fifty per cent less likely to respond with the correct answer."

But I'm not sure either of these interpretations is right? Thoughts?