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    • Language interpretation

    • Interpretation or interpreting is oral translation of speech or sign from a language into another. Translation studies is the systematic study of the theory, description and application of interpretation and translation. An interpreter is a person who converts a thought or expression in a source language into an expre ... Read »


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    • Association of Translation Companies

    • The Association of Translation Companies (ATC) is an industry association serving United Kingdom translation/interpreting companies and agencies. It was founded in 1976, making it "the world’s longest established professional body looking after the interests of translation companies" and has around 180 member com ... Read »


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    • Community interpreting

    • Community interpreting is a specific type of interpreting service which is found more in community-based than organisational situations. It is a particularly vital service in communities with large numbers of ethnic minorities, enabling those minorities to access services where, due to the language barrier, they would ... Read »


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    • Institute of Translation & Interpreting


    • The Interpreter (Kim novel)

    • The Interpreter (2003) is Suki Kim’s first novel. In The Interpreter, Kim creates a twenty-nine-year-old Korean American court interpreter named Suzy Park who makes a startling and ominous discovery during one court case which ultimately reveals the mystery of her parents' homicide. The award winning novel, mainly ... Read »


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    • Interpreter officer

    • An interpreter officer is a commissioned officer of an armed force, who interprets and/or translates to facilitate military operation. Interpreter officers are used extensively in multinational operations in which two or more countries that do not share a common language are undertaking a joint operation, or expedition ... Read »


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    • Interpreting notes

    • Interpreting notes are used by some interpreters, who re-express oral communications (such as speeches) in whole or in part. Such notes may be used when the interpreter is working in "consecutive mode." Interpreting notes are not part of any conventional graphic system, and practitioners are free to develop their own ... Read »


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    • Language Icon

    • Language icon is an icon designed for people to select a specific language to use when they face multi-lingual, multi-national websites. Language icons use widely recognized symbols to help users identify the language they want to read on a website. Language icon was designed by Onur Mustak Cobanli and his team in ... Read »


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    • List of language interpreters in fiction

    • This is a list of language interpreters in fiction. Conference interpretation is often depicted in works of fiction, be it in films or in novels. Sydney Pollack’s The Interpreter and Javier Marias’ A Heart So White are amongst the most well known examples. Several books, symposia or websites tackle the issue ... Read »


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    • LanguageLine Solutions

    • LanguageLine Solutions, formerly known as Language Line Services, is an American company headquartered in Monterey, California. It provides language interpretation and document translation services worldwide for law enforcement, healthcare organizations, legal courts and businesses in over 200 languages. The company ha ... Read »


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    • Military interpreter (France)

    • Military interpreters in the French Army translate into and out of foreign languages for the French military. A sous-officier or interpreter officer serves in uniform, accompanying the French armed forces on all its foreign expeditions for 200 years. Today known as Officiers et Sous-officiers de Réserve Qualifiés ... Read »


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    • National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters

    • The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd (known as NAATI) is the national standards and accreditation body for translators and interpreters in Australia. NAATI's mission, as outlined in the NAATI Constitution, is to set and maintain high national standards in translating and interpretin ... Read »


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    • Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

    • The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc (RID) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1964 and incorporated in 1972, that seeks to uphold standards, ethics, and professionalism for American Sign Language interpreters. RID is the only organization in the United States that credentials both d/Deaf and Hearing int ... Read »


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    • Dora Sakayan

    • Dora Sakayan

      Dora Sakayan (born January 24, 1931), Professor of German Studies (retired), McGill University. Specializing initially as a Germanist, today she is known for her work in various areas of Applied Linguistics. Sakayan is also noted for pioneering Armenology in Canada, and introducing the two branches of the Armenian lang ... Read »


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    • Speech-to-text reporter

    • A speech-to-text reporter (STTR), also known as a captioner, is a person who listens to what is being said and inputs it, word for word (), using an electronic shorthand keyboard or speech recognition software and a CAT software system. Their keyboard or speech recognition software is linked to a computer, which conver ... Read »


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    • Telephone interpreting

    • Telephone interpreting is a service that connects human interpreters via telephone to individuals who wish to speak to each other but do not share a common language. The telephone interpreter converts the spoken language from one language to another, enabling listeners and speakers to understand each other. Interpretat ... Read »


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    • United Nations Interpretation Service

    • The United Nations Interpretation Service is a part of the Meetings and Publishing Division (MPD) of the UN's Department for General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM). Its core function is to provide interpretation from and into Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish for meetings held at United ... Read »


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    • Video remote interpreting

    • Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a videotelecommunication service that uses devices such as web cameras or videophones to provide sign language or spoken language interpreting services. This is done through a remote or offsite interpreter, in order to communicate with persons with whom there is a communication barrie ... Read »


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