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interpret

[in′tər·prət]
(computer science)
To print on a punched card the information punched in that card.
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interpret

To run a program one line at a time. Each line of source language is translated into machine language and then executed.
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This textbook introduces the theoretical foundations used in sign language interpreting studies.
With respect to quality in interpreting it may be assumed that, irrespective of the type of setting, all participants in an interpreted interaction are (or at least should be) equally committed to ensuring that high-quality interpreting can be achieved--if for no other reason, one might think, than the potential extra costs that a flawed interpretation may entail.
The course prepares students for the field of legal interpreting, not just Spanish-English interpreting.
To express the right emotions on sign language, Rothschild-Cross would first research the artist she would be interpreting. This helped her to dig out the right emotions that come with the lyrics for each of the artists' songs and convey them accurately to the hearing-impaired.
According to him, the development of deaf education in the Nigerian school system at all levels had become inenviable, hence the need for professionalising sign language interpreting in the country.
This is an exploratory case study that focuses on the analysis of conference interpreting from Chinese to English, to examine the importance of the transformation from linguistic communicators and interpreters to intercultural mediators, and the factors involved in the transformation process which would be critical to an interpreter's work.
For the second consecutive year, InDemand Interpreting, a leading provider of comprehensive language services management for Healthcare, provided Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) services for the Seattle/King County Clinic.
Ron will also use his experience in marketing and business development to build the agency's Video Remote Interpreting and On-Site Interpreting programs.
Many Saudi women watch TV shows specializing in explaining and interpreting dreams but for some, these dreams turn into real nightmares.
Investigations in Healthcare Interpreting considers issues of communication in healthcare around the world and provides a new volume adding to the Studies in Interpretation series in which international scholars address a range of topics specific to deaf concerns.
Despite the law, many healthcare systems have reported difficulties with remaining in compliance, according to officials at Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) company Stratus Video Interpreting.

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