The process of conveying one spoken or signed language into another. Interpretation is performed â€œliveâ€ and â€œon-the-fly.
of international labour standards may only be authoritatively given by the International Court of Justice. Further information concerning the International Labour Office and its supervisory bodies
a presentation or portrayal of information altered in order to conform to a specific language
a translation from unconscious language to conscious language
The oral translation of spoken language. Interpretation can be simultaneous (at the same time and same rate of speech as the speaker) or consecutive (the speaker speaks, then pauses while the interpreter interprets, then speaks again).
While a translator works with the written word alone and has a single target language, i.e. his or her mother tongue, an interpreter works only orally, and usually "live", translating in both directions. In fact, the professions of a translator and an interpreter are very different.
The translation from EDI to the application format. Looping – The repetition of a group of segments in an EDI standards transaction set. For example, multiple line items on a purchase order. Mailbox – The file where EDI information is stored, usually on a VAN, where users can send and or retrieve information to or from trading partners.
An effective, evocative, educational translation of the past into a meaningful present through period-appropriate objects, first hand accounts, manual experience, and media.
Interpretation is for verbal and translation is for written materials. Interpreters provide conference interpretation, court interpretation, and escort interpretation services. Interpreting can be simultaneous (while the speaker is talking) or consecutive (after stops by the speaker).
a mapping from assemblies specified in a construction language to specifications in the language of a reasoning framework
As part of the Commission's efforts to improve access to justice for victims of crime throughout the EU, citizens are entitled to facilities for the interpretation of information into their own language. (See Judicial-criminal: Victims rights)
The act of receiving a message in one language and sending exactly the same message in another language through a verbal exchange. Interpretation also includes body language messages.