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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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Rodriguez still wasn't happy, and wanted the translator off the air altogether.
Joining the Berne copyright convention would prevent plagiarism as well as having several translators working on the same foreign book.
Can you provide the translator with all applicable briefing information (content type, project goal, target audience, target country, etc)?
Microsoft uploaded on YouTube a video that showcases how the new universal translator tool works.
There is so much need for support among translators that we want to make sure we're expanding in a sustainable way.
It is also crucial to point out that not all translators enjoy the level of visibility afforded by a translator's preface.
Long texts are broken down into smaller segments and given to translators line-by-line in a chat- based interface, enabling translators to work from their mobile anytime.
Translator training needs to be approached with the awareness that it comprises several types and layers of knowledge acquisition.
Such a project would help save the time spent by the translator juggling between multiple chambers.
to leave unchanged what has already been approved by a senior translator or reviser.
Local newspapers reported earlier, that the Minister of Haj, Bandar Al-Hajar has instructed guidance offices to hire translators and have their employees undergo extensive language courses.
However, courtroom translators would be exempt and can do translation only after they take oath before the judge.