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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.
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Hokkanen employs an auto-ethnographic approach to exploring her position as an interpreter-researcher--a 'practisearcher' (Gile, 1994) and emotions experienced in interpreting fieldwork.
Currently, there is a $2 billion market shift from on site and over the phone interpreting to video remote interpreting.
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Interpreters specialise in either simultaneous or consecutive interpreting, although qualified interpreters may be expected to use both skills.
The picture I hope to conjure is of a class of seventeen undergraduates, energetically and imaginatively interpreting a painting such as Grunewald's Crucifixion, Gossaert's Deposition or Masaccio's Trinity, using information learned from art-historians, historians of religious life and theologians.
The varying reliance on substance or form in interpreting state and local taxes makes it important for practitioners to consider all taxes involved in a transaction.
We also discussed and reinforced other related concepts related to regression analysis, including interpreting and understanding scatterplots, correlation, hypothesis testing, assumptions, confidence intervals and p-values.
208) community interpreting refers to the type of interpreting which caters to the social needs of a community of migrants or persons who, for some reason, do not speak the major language of the larger community and consequently face some prejudice in the exercise of their rights and obligations as far as access to public services is concerned.
Using a teaching experiment design (Cobb & Steffe, 1983; Menchinskaya, 1969; Von Glasersfeld, 1987), I conducted the investigations with seven eighth-grade students who had no previous experience with dynamic physical models in an instructional setting and limited instruction interpreting tables and equations of functions.
Martindale, the author of many studies of intertextuality from the classical world to the modern, rounds off the anthology with a characteristically shrewd and skeptical essay on methodological problems of interpreting allusion.
These two women have access to non-rational, mystical ways of knowing, interpreting, and healing, ways that allow them, like the novel itself, to transcend binary logic.
Not surprisingly, a bestseller this big has generated whole libraries of books explaining, interpreting, and commenting on its meaning, history, and importance--as well as monstrous concordances tracking and counting every jot and tittle appearing between Genesis and Revelation.

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