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interpreter

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪnˈtɜːprɪtər/
a person whose job is to change what someone is saying into another language as that person is speaking: act as/work as an interpreter She works as an interpreter for a news agency.through/via an interpreter The business leader addressed the conference through an interpreter.
IT a computer program that changes instructions into a form that can be understood and used by the computer →  Compare assembler
Translations of “interpreter”
in Korean 통역사…
in Arabic مُتَرْجِم…
in Portuguese intérprete…
in Catalan intèrpret…
in Japanese 通訳(者)…
in Italian interprete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不同語言之間, 口譯員, (電腦)解譯程式…
in Russian устный переводчик…
in Turkish çevirmen, tercüman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不同语言之间, 口译译员, (计算机)解释程序…
in Polish tłumacz/ka…
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