interpreting

(redirected from Dubash)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

interpreting

The conversion of one spoken language into another either by an untrained person (e.g., a friend or family member) or a trained interpreter, to facilitate communication between people who do not share a common language.

Local health and social care agencies in the UK have links with interpreting and translating services.
References in periodicals archive ?
Godrej was already a household name, with customers cutting across generations identifying themselves with the soaps and locks, personal care products and household appliances, when Tanya Dubash, the eldest daughter of Adi Godrej, took charge.
For example, GE's Pavlosky, Senaya's Dubash, and Blue Force Development's Helfrich use IoT capabilities to monitor distributed physical assets and to collect, process, and deliver data about those assets to decision makers, both in the field and in central offices.
The revenue generated by the electricity demand in most of the developed countries was not sufficient to meet the rising cost and risk in the power sector caused by increase in regulation growing environmental concerns and escalating capital investment burden of nuclear power plants [Patterson (1999); Dubash (2002); Williams and Dubash (2004)].
Dubash N, 2002 Tubewell Capitalism: Groundwater Development and Agrarian Change in Gujarat (Oxford University Press, New Delhi)
Dubash, "From Norm Taker to Norm Maker?: Indian Energy Governance in Global Context," Global Policy 2, Special Issue 1 (2ml), pp.
(58) However, as early as 1792, George Powney at Cochin had received two nopals from Madras, without any instructions; he had planted them, assuming that they had been sent by James Anderson, but had been surprised when his dubash at once recognized the cacti.
Pillai, was in the service of the French East India Company as the chief dubash under Governor Dupleix.
Sayam Rahim Dubash pleaded guilty to speeding on a 50mph stretch of the Expressway, at Llandudno Magistrates' court yesterday.
Khushroo Dubash. Currently, the company has operations in all the major airports in India, including Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai.
Fedex is being advised by JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), while US investment firm Evercore Partners (NYSE:EVR) and Ardashir Dubash are advising AFL on the transaction.Country: , IndiaSector: Business and Consumer Services, Road Transport/Freight TransportTarget: AFL Pvt.
Evercore Partners and Ardashir Dubash are serving as financial advisors to AFL.