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translator

[tran′slād·ər]
(computer science)
A computer network or system having a number of inputs and outputs, so connected that when signals representing information expressed in a certain code are applied to the inputs, the output signals will represent the same information in a different code. Also known as translating circuit.
(electronics)
A combination television receiver and low-power television transmitter, used to pick up television signals on one frequency and retransmit them on another frequency to provide reception in areas not served directly by television stations.
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Of course, the ceaseless surge in FM translators and boosters is the biggest takeaway.
Stories will be judged primarily on the quality of the translated work as a thing-in-itself, although translators must also submit the Arabic original, as this must be a translation, not a loose adaptation nor a work written originally in English.
If I were to use the African example, I would say feminine translators, irrespective of their gender, are those who pay close attention to the source text during the translation process.
Sinat was said that she was 'hurt' after the exchange, but the source said that she 'felt better' after learning she had been assigned a translator by the pageant's organisers.
Saleh bin Salim al Alawi, PDO's head of Translation Services said, 'Translation technologies are proving to be an asset to translators in an increasingly competitive market.'
To find out whether these quality control procedures actually support translators, translation managers, and reviewers, and to explore how the quality control procedures function, the following points are discussed in this article:
Parliament passed an amendment, obliging courts to inform on faults of experts, translators and interpreters.The changes approved by the parliament on February 6 shall both help authorised experts, translators and interpreters in their work but also enable greater public control of their activities, the TASR newswire wrote.
He said such critical views about "The Vegetarian" in English is nothing but a reflection of their ignorance of how literary translators work.
A public contract for translators with announced more than 20 positions has not been applied by any company, even no individual.
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."
Townsquare Media Inc (NYSE:TSQ) disclosed on Friday that it signed an agreement to acquire six radio stations and two FM translators in and around the Pittsfield, Massachussetts.
The application is powered through Facebook messenger and is user-friendly as it connects translators to people who need translation help.