interpreter


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Synonyms for interpreter

translator

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Synonyms for interpreter

someone who mediates between speakers of different languages

someone who uses art to represent something

(computer science) a program that translates and executes source language statements one line at a time

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San Diego, CA, August 15, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Interpreters Unlimited, Inc.
This volume brings together five studies by interpreting specialists from the US, who examine evidence-based practices in sign language interpreter education.
Attorneys for Luis Damian Cruz Montanez, who is charged with second-degree intentional murder and who does not speak English, filed an ex parte application under section 611.21 requesting interpreter services to facilitate communication outside of court.
In the morning, the Interpreter posted an elaborate reflection on his dream on Facebook.
United Kingdom: Afghanistan interpreters who relocated to the
In July 2018, Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee had proposed to subpoena the interpreter and her notes to find out what was said in the meeting, but the motion was rejected by Republican committee members.
In a study of interpreting and the assessment of confrontation-naming by a client with aphasia, Kambanaros and Steenbrugge (2004) found that the majority of the client's responses were phonologically related to Greek target words but that the interpreter initially did not report these relationships and merely translated the meanings of the Greek words.
"It allows us to be more selective in the fields that are of particular interest to us," said Guerra, a freelance interpreter who contracts with more than a dozen agencies to do legal and medical interpreting.
24, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Emergency department interpreters are vital to quality care, according to an article published in the October issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine.
The training session is an introduction to court interpreting and features judges, attorneys and certified court interpreters. Participants who complete an orientation and meet other requirements will be placed on a public roster of interpreters used by courts, law enforcement agencies, attorneys and law-related agencies.
AIT may include a handshake, shoulder pat, high five, fist bump, or other form of physical touch that is appropriate for the interpreter and audience.
Attorneys representing certain client bases may regularly find themselves in need of interpreters to communicate with their non-English speaking clients.
The BSL interpreter had operated in the area for more than 20 years and no replacement has yet been brought in by the council, leaving those reliant on BSL unable to communicate in key situations, including GP appointments.
Interpretation services are clearly needed when a courtmartial involves non-English speakers; however, the ability to speak English does not foreclose a witness--or an accused (11)--from possibly needing an interpreter. (12) Englishas-a-second-language speakers or others with limited English proficiency (LEP) may have difficulty participating in court-martial proceedings without an interpreter.