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Translating is written; interpreting is oral. A translator has time to search for the appropriate word or phrase; an interpreter needs the ability to 'keep going' even after making a slip. Both need a good knowledge of the relevant languages. Beyond that, personality is most important for an interpreter. A perfectionist doesn't usually make a good interpreter.
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