interpreter

[ in-tur-pri-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpreter
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In such a case the larger community would be the interpreter.

It was, indeed, necessary for me to converse by the medium of an interpreter.

I went among them, accompanied only by an interpreter, and asked where their sultan and elders were.

What my private sentiments are, you will find out without an interpreter.

The interpreter, his countryman, called these Portuguese 'white gentlemen.'

I asked my interpreter not to lose a single word of what the lama told me.

The first of these resting places at which Christian arrives is the 'Interpreter's House.'

He was merely an interpreter on this, as on most other expeditions.

As his words are few and his manner reticent and tentative, so must the style of his interpreter be.

Their friend Hobbomak accompanied them as guide and interpreter.

WORD ORIGIN

"one who translates spoken languages; a translator of written texts," late 14c., from Old French interpreteor, from Late Latin interpretatorem, agent noun from interpretari (see interpret).

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