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a person who translates written messages from one language to another

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someone who mediates between speakers of different languages

a program that translates one programming language into another

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She said the eminent translator used to complain about the fact that his work was not acknowledged in Pakistan the way it merited.
Translators must have rights to the work, and translations must be previously unpublished.
A.] Yes, there is a connection between them, especially if the author is a feminine author who is trying to enunciate the dynamics of feminism in her culture and the foreign translator tries to diminish it because it does not conform with his and his society's notion of the author's society.
Her team in Phnom Penh (which included a translator who did not travel with her to Thailand) requested organisers provide Miss Cambodia with a translator, who was provided on Wednesday morning.
Her team in Phnom Penh (which included a translator who did not travel with her to Thailand) requested organizers provide Miss Cambodia with a translator, who was provided on Wednesday morning.
If suspected of refusing to execute their job, causing delays or making a professional mistake, these bodies will be obliged to inform the ministry.Introducing such an obligation should contribute to the Justice Ministry getting necessary information on the faults of experts, interpreters and translators, and being able to act immediately, ministry spokesman Peter Bubla reported for TASR.
They claimed the real winner is Smith as the British translator "recreated the story" in a magnificent manner.
Preset medical phrase translator apps require the user to search for or find a question or statement in order to facilitate a conversation.
He said 80 percent of Persian translators provide a word-by-word translation of foreign works and added, "Many of these translators are not acquainted with the written and literary language of Persian."
On Tuesday, Microsoft took to its (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/translation/2016/12/13/microsoft-translator-introduces-the-worlds-first-personal-universal-translator/) official blog to formally introduce Microsoft Translator to the world.
A nonprofit group called Friends of 88.5 FM raised $8.0 million and bought KPLU and its three full-power and eight low-power translators from Pacific Lutheran University Inc.
However, as actualized in these essays, the European focus reveals, as contributor Jennifer Keith says, that "what is often perceived as hegemonic in western culture is in fact a complex scene of power dynamics and intercultural/interlinguistic negotiation." The voice of the translator enters that complex scene and undertakes such negotiation, often dialogically, and always within a rich contextual matrix.
In the usually limited space that translators are granted to present their work and discuss its nuances as well as the methods and solutions adopted to solve the various challenges encountered along the way, the translator's preface or note (which at times is tacked on to the introduction or smuggled into the acknowledgments) represents a rare exception.
The mobile app enables bilingual speakers the ability to become a translator and earn money translating for businesses in their free time.