TranslatOr aims at providing an online dictionary service allowing the user to freely define languages and their mappings . Its primary use is to make learning the vocabulatory of foreign languages easier.
One who translates; esp., one who renders into another language; one who expresses the sense of words in one language by equivalent words in another.
A person who can read and write English and another language well enough to accurately translate written material from one language into another. This person also understands the clients culture and is able to integrate that understanding into the translation of written material. See: Rights & Responsibilities; Notices & Letters
a person who translates written messages from one language to another
someone who mediates between speakers of different languages
a program that translates one programming language into another
a combination of writer and linguist, a person who takes written material such as newspaper or magazine articles, books, manuals or documents in one language and converts it into the equivalent in another language
an individual who translates written text from one language to another
a person who has translated any documents (or portions) into a different language without modifying the protocol
a person whose job is changing especially written words into a different language
a person who works with written language
A translator rewrites in one or more languages materials originally created in a different language.
person who transfers the meaning of written text from one language into another. The person who translates orally is not a translator, but an interpreter.
A program that accepts text expressed in one language and generates semantically equivalent text expressed in another language.
Renders written text from one or more languages into an other language, usually into her language of habitual use. May offer additional services, such as desktop publishing or proofreading. (cf. interpreter)
n. A program (compiler, interpreter, lint, etc.) which parses and interprets semantic meaning in C syntax.