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cinefil
cinefil
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Computers: Hardware, Medical (general), Computers: Systems, Networks, Mining & Minerals / Gems, ...
2
TomokoS
TomokoS
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
tourisme, voyage, marketing, administration, politique, collectivite territoriale, gastronomie, culinaire, press, tourism, ...
3
tnakamura
tnakamura
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
integrated circuit, semiconductor, process, production, manufacturing, manual
4
Amona SHICHI
Amona SHICHI
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Japonais, français, médical, interprète, Paris, France, japanese, French, medical, translator, ...
5
Nao Abe
Nao Abe
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
French to Japanese, Italian to Japanese, English to Japanese, Japanese to French, Italian to French, English to French, French to Japanese translator, Italian to Japanese translator, English to Japanese translator, Japanese to French translator, ...
6
Namié FUKAO
Namié FUKAO
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
japonais, français, mode, Textile, Arts&Culture, Communication, Marketing, Tourisme, Hôtellerie, mangas, ...
7
degrade
degrade
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters, Poetry & Literature, Cooking / Culinary, Food & Drink, ...
8
Tomo Nagami
Tomo Nagami
Native in Japanese (Variant: Standard-Japan) Native in Japanese
Marketing / Market Research, Music, Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc., Telecom(munications), ...
9
Noboru OKADA
Noboru OKADA
Native in Japanese (Variant: Hiroshima) Native in Japanese
Interpreter & translator for the fields of automobile, civil engineering, electrics, electronics, mechanics etc. for the pair of languages:french - japanese - english.
10
Masumi Negishi
Masumi Negishi
Native in Japanese (Variants: Standard-Japan, Kansai) Native in Japanese
IT (Information Technology), International Org/Dev/Coop, Investment / Securities, Linguistics, ...
11
Rie Fukuoka
Rie Fukuoka
Native in Japanese (Variant: Standard-Japan) Native in Japanese, French (Variant: Standard-France) Native in French
Japanese English translation, English Japanese translation, French Japanese translation、日英翻訳, 英日翻訳, 仏日翻訳, automobile, 自動車, Education, IT, manual, ...
12
Sungbae Park
Sungbae Park
Native in Korean Native in Korean, Japanese Native in Japanese
English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Japanese, technoloty, software, localization, games, ...
13
shima
shima
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese, English Native in English
Marketing / Market Research, Tourism & Travel, Food & Drink, Cooking / Culinary, ...
14
Ken Katou
Ken Katou
Native in Burmese Native in Burmese, Japanese Native in Japanese
Japanese, English, Thai, Burmese, Karen, Myanmar, Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Khumer, ...
15
drfutaro
drfutaro
Native in French Native in French
japanese, french, technical,
16
Alexandra Scotcher
Alexandra Scotcher
Native in English (Variants: UK, British) Native in English
Japanese, Hokkaido, Niseko, Sapporo, travel, tourism, architecture, construction, environment, tourism, ...
17
Alejandro Rojas
Alejandro Rojas
Native in Spanish (Variants: Standard-Spain, Argentine, US, Chilean) Native in Spanish
OCR, keyword-switching, multilingual searches, knowledge base
18
Zhansaya Bakirova
Zhansaya Bakirova
Native in Russian Native in Russian
Russian, English, spanish, arabic, french, kazakh, chinese, patent, technical, scientific, ...
19
anitha gomathy
anitha gomathy
Native in Malayalam Native in Malayalam, Hindi Native in Hindi
Malyalam to English, English to Malayalam, Proof reading, editing, Interpretation, Communication, Journalism, PR, Tourism, Literature, ...


Interpreters, like translators, enable communication across cultures by translating one language into another. These language specialists must thoroughly understand the subject matter of any texts they translate, as well as the cultures associated with the source and target language.

Interpreters differ from translators in that they work with spoken words, rather than written text. Interpreting may be done in parallel with the speaker (simultaneous interpreting) or after they have spoken a few sentences or words (consecutive interpreting). Simultaneous interpreting is most often used at international conferences or in courts. Consecutive interpreting is often used for interpersonal communication.




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