Results for: Interpretation

In Computer Programming

What is an interpreter?

An interpreter , or a translator, is a person who translates different languages. For an example, if a Chinese person and an American person can't understand each other, an i (MORE)
In Computer Programming

What is a interpreter?

An interpreter is a computer program that executes the instructions written in a high level programming language. It can also preform the translation of a high level language (MORE)
In Definitions

What is interpretation?

"Interpretation is a communication process, designed to reveal meanings and relationships of our cultural and natural heritage, through involvement with objects, artifacts, la (MORE)
In Translations

What is interpreting?

Actually the word is miused. Interpreting usually means to translate what someoen else is saying into a language to be understood by someone of another tongue. However, the wo (MORE)
In Definitions

What are interpretations?

Language interpreting or interpretation is the intellectual activity of facilitating oral and sign-language communication, either simultaneously or consecutively, between two (MORE)
In Definitions

What is a interpret?

someone that stranslate one language to another one so it can be understood by a or more persons.
In Definitions

What does interpretable mean?

To interpret means to understand or make sense of something, so ifsomething is interpretable, it means that you can make sense of it.
In Uncategorized

Where can you find an interpreter?

Video interpreters are available from Sorenson and Purple: Local in-person sign language interpreters are available from A-Sign Inter (MORE)
In English Language

What is interpretting?

Interpreting is taking an utterance in one language and changing it into an equally conceptual and culturally equivalent in another language. This differs from translating in (MORE)
In News Television

What is interpretative news?

Interpretive news is a way to explain or tell the meaning of or present the news in an undertsandable way, which sometimes contains the presenter's own interpretation of the f (MORE)