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English translation: Introducer

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Portuguese term or phrase:Apresentante
English translation:Introducer
Entered by: rhandler
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22:31 Nov 17, 2008
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Portuguese term or phrase: Apresentate
Hello everyone,

In a document from the Land Registry Office, I found the word "apresentate" followed by a person´s name.

Any suggestions as to the appropriate translation for this term?

Thank you in advance.
Silvia Rebelo
Local time: 18:51
Introducer
Explanation:
Supondo que haja uma gralha, e seja "apresentante" o termo pedido, daria esta tradução, cujo verbo original (introduce) o Merriam Webster's assim define:

Main Entry: in·tro·duce
Pronunciation: \ˌin-trə-ˈdüs, -ˈdyüs\
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): in·tro·duced; in·tro·duc·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin introducere, from intro- + ducere to lead — more at tow
Date: 15th century

1: to lead or bring in especially for the first time <introduce a nonnative species>
2 a: to bring into play b: to bring into practice or use : institute
3: to lead to or make known by a formal act, announcement, or recommendation: as a: to cause to be acquainted b: to present formally at court or into society c: to present or announce formally or officially or by an official reading <introduce legislation> d: to make preliminary explanatory or laudatory remarks about e: to bring (as an actor or singer) before the public for the first time
4: place , insert <introduce foreign genes into crops>
5: to bring to a knowledge of something <introduced them to new ideas>

— in·tro·duc·er noun

Veja, também, estes exemplos:

Mortgage Introducer
A mortgage introducer is a person, company or other organisation that advises people about mortgages as part of their customary business practices.
www.fancyamortgage.co.uk/MortgageProviders/Introducers.asp

Introducer (ELib API)
Enabled: Same as sturdyFromURI, but named get/1 so the introducer can be used ... Enabled: Returns a pair of a new Introducer, a corresponding IdentityMgr. ...
www.erights.org/javadoc/net/captp/jcomm/Introducer.html


SCRweb - The commercial finance introducer patform for ...
SCRweb - The commercial finance introducer patform for professionals covering Commercial Mortgages, Property Deveoplment Finance, Factoring, Discounting, ...
www.scrweb.co.uk/


E este, bilíngue:

Apporteur d\'affaires - business introducer/introducer of business ...
(KudoZ) French to English translation of Apporteur d'affaires: business introducer/introducer of business [Law (general) (Bus/Financial)].
www.proz.com/kudoz/french_to_english/law_general/994502-app... -
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rhandler
Local time: 14:51
Grading comment
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Apresentante
Introducer


Explanation:
Supondo que haja uma gralha, e seja "apresentante" o termo pedido, daria esta tradução, cujo verbo original (introduce) o Merriam Webster's assim define:

Main Entry: in·tro·duce
Pronunciation: \ˌin-trə-ˈdüs, -ˈdyüs\
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): in·tro·duced; in·tro·duc·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin introducere, from intro- + ducere to lead — more at tow
Date: 15th century

1: to lead or bring in especially for the first time <introduce a nonnative species>
2 a: to bring into play b: to bring into practice or use : institute
3: to lead to or make known by a formal act, announcement, or recommendation: as a: to cause to be acquainted b: to present formally at court or into society c: to present or announce formally or officially or by an official reading <introduce legislation> d: to make preliminary explanatory or laudatory remarks about e: to bring (as an actor or singer) before the public for the first time
4: place , insert <introduce foreign genes into crops>
5: to bring to a knowledge of something <introduced them to new ideas>

— in·tro·duc·er noun

Veja, também, estes exemplos:

Mortgage Introducer
A mortgage introducer is a person, company or other organisation that advises people about mortgages as part of their customary business practices.
www.fancyamortgage.co.uk/MortgageProviders/Introducers.asp

Introducer (ELib API)
Enabled: Same as sturdyFromURI, but named get/1 so the introducer can be used ... Enabled: Returns a pair of a new Introducer, a corresponding IdentityMgr. ...
www.erights.org/javadoc/net/captp/jcomm/Introducer.html


SCRweb - The commercial finance introducer patform for ...
SCRweb - The commercial finance introducer patform for professionals covering Commercial Mortgages, Property Deveoplment Finance, Factoring, Discounting, ...
www.scrweb.co.uk/


E este, bilíngue:

Apporteur d\'affaires - business introducer/introducer of business ...
(KudoZ) French to English translation of Apporteur d'affaires: business introducer/introducer of business [Law (general) (Bus/Financial)].
www.proz.com/kudoz/french_to_english/law_general/994502-app... -

rhandler
Local time: 14:51
Native speaker of: Portuguese
PRO pts in category: 203
Grading comment
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