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translator

(tranz′lāt″ŏr) [L. translatus, carried across, transferred)]
1. A person or machine that renders from one written work or computer program into another.
2. Interpreter.
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Interference to a co-channel Class A that's not too far away remains an issue, and the translator has been ordered to cease operations until it resolves the problem.
Joining the Berne copyright convention would prevent plagiarism as well as having several translators working on the same foreign book.
While some translators will work with complex formats, their primary focus is on translating content; asking your translator to extract content will make the process longer and more costly--and may even limit the pool of translators who are willing to work on your project.
There is so much need for support among translators that we want to make sure we're expanding in a sustainable way.
This decision is determined by a perspective on translators' prefaces that refuses to pin them down merely as sworn statements to be subjected to the trial by fire of the translation itself, or as tools for translation theory, practice, or training, or as opportunities, grabbed or missed, for translators to build awareness among readers about the intricacies of their task.
By seamlessly connecting businesses with the world's translators through its translation eco-system, Stepes helps break down language barriers between businesses and their customers and among nations and people.
Formal translator training has been faced with constant criticism from professionals already working as translators.
Currently, we are facing a shortage of translators to cover all the translation work in the courts here, the Misdemeanors Court in Al Muraqqabat and the Traffic Court.
O'Brien (2007, 2008) examined the cognitive load of translators with the help of eye-tracking devices.
Al Qurashi further added that, "Most Haj missions have their own translators, so the Tawafa establishments can carry out their tasks according to their capabilities.
Under the draft law, which consists of 3 articles, translators who are already licensed and registered with the Ministry of Justice have to adjust their legal status within a year from the date the law is enforced.
31 (ANI): Iraqi translators could soon be exposed to greater security risk when their personal information is handed over to the Iraqi government.