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If you use automatic language translators—for very specific, domain0specific languages—they struggle.
Abdi also emphasized the need for professional translators, not just community members trying to translate meetings.
Existing apps will have to run using a translator built into MacOS Big Sur called Rosetta 2.
“I fear becoming infected again,” testified Carmen through a translator on Thursday during a state Assembly subcommittee on nursing homes.
Le was asked to step in and serve as her translator and advocate.
He was a bookseller, but better known as a translator of the German contributor to the Gentleman's Magazine, &c.
Bonnell Thornton died; an English poet, essayist and miscellaneous writer, and translator of Plautus.
This sentence is incomplete; the translator has missed the line—'Et qu'ele a sa vie perdue.'
The translator could think of no better word, because the context is jocular.
Many difficulties confront the translator in the preparation of material of this nature, involving names, dates and titles.
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