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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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Once a translation project is finished, translators usually return their final version to their client, while they usually hold the resulting translation memory as a by-product of their work.
The laws would be translated by Chief Translator Guillaume Levesque, assisted by another translator, who in this case happened to be Gerin-Lajoie.
With increasing frequency, rehabilitation workers will find themselves in situations which require the use of language translators and interpreters.
SYSTRAN Premium Translator is a powerful translation software suite for creating multilingual documents and managing large translation projects on a PC.
Recently, the program reached 10,000 qualified translators signed up in the system.
The answer to that question is simple," says Moreno-Torres, "VICTOR Translator makes good translations, something not achieved yet by any other English-Spanish automatic translator on the market.
According to the state Election Code, having translators at polls is not illegal.
He suggests, "When you work with a translator, give her an explanation of your intention and be flexible.
The translator tells us that "more and more priests became ignorant of Latin" (85); the author does not (246).
We must consider these factors as we contemplate their use in the training and supervision of translators and interpreters.
When a translator converts the text of an online course from one language into another, TTS remembers the exact context and formatting associated with the text and places the translated copy back into the original layout, mirroring such things as color schemes, simulations and graphics.
We found Microsoft Translator to be fast and accurate, and enjoyed working with the translator team," mentions Abe Lederman, DWT's CEO and CTO.