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Noun
/inˈtərpritər/,
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interpreters, plural;
  1. A person who interprets, esp. one who translates speech orally

  2. A program that can analyze and execute a program line by line


  1. someone who mediates between speakers of different languages
  2. someone who uses art to represent something; "his paintings reveal a sensitive interpreter of nature"; "she was famous as an interpreter of Shakespearean roles"
  3. spokesperson: an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose; "the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government"
  4. (computer science) a program that translates and executes source language statements one line at a time
  5. Interpreter is a 1996 album by Julian Cope, particularly inspired by Cope's involvement and observations at the 1995-96 Newbury bypass protest.
  6. In computer science, an interpreter normally means a computer program that executes, i.e. performs, instructions written in a programming language. ...
  7. The Interpreter is a 2005 thriller film starring Nicole Kidman, Sean Penn, and Catherine Keener. It was the final film to be directed by Sydney Pollack. The film received initially mixed reviews, scoring a 57% on Rotten Tomatoes.
  8. The Interpreter (2003) is Suki Kim’s first novel. In The Interpreter, Kim creates a twenty-nine-year-old Korean American interpreter for the New York City court system named Suzy Park who makes a startling and ominous discovery during one court case which ultimately reveals the mystery of her ...
  9. (The Interpreters) The Interpreters were a Power pop band formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1996. They were composed of singer/bassist Herschel Gaer, guitarist Patsy (Paul) Palladino and drummer Branko Jakominich. ...
  10. (Interpreters) People who are deaf or hard of hearing often request interpreters or transliterators in order to participate in docent tours, lectures, presentations, or events. Interpreters translate from spoken language to American Sign Language (ASL) and visa versa. ...
  11. (interpreters) Actors who play characters that closely resemble themselves in personality and physical appearance and who interpret these parts dramatically without wholly losing their own identity. Also called commentators.
  12. a person sworn at a judicial proceeding to translate oral or written language
  13. A PROGRAM supplied especially for a particular type of COMPUTER, to enable the translation of code expressed in some PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE into OBJECT CODE for that type of COMPUTER. ...
  14. Software enabling a computer to run programs statement by statement.
  15. To dream of an interpreter, denotes you will undertake affairs which will fail in profit.
  16. Within the context of this Tarot meanings dictionary, an interpreter is a reputable individual who is able to accurately and comprehensively read (interpret) the Tarot cards in such a way as to provide meaningful value and assistance to one who is receiving a Tarot reading.
  17. A person that is certified as being able to translate, orally or in writing, spoken or sign language into the common language of the court.
  18. Can be used in reference to a tarot card reader. A person that clarifies the message within a tarot reading.
  19. A program that reads, interprets, and executes a program, eliminating the need for compiling source code. Running a program through an interpreter can reduce the edit-compile-run-debug cycle to simply edit-run-debug, saving substantial development time.
  20. Strictly speaking, a program that reads a second program and does what the second program says directly without turning the program into a different form first, which is what compilers do. ...
  21. Software which converts the human-readable Source Code of a program which has been written in a high-level programming language such as BASIC, one statement at a time, into machine instructions as the application is run. ...
  22. That entity, typically a human subject, which interprets the sign vehicle of a symbol.
  23. A tool that parses source code on-the-fly and executes the result. Interpreted languages are very interactive but much slower than compiled languages. Smalltalk combines the best of both techniques.
  24. A VM module which implements method calls by individually executing bytecodes. The interpreter has a limited set of highly stylized stack frame layouts and register usage patterns, which it uses for all method activations. The Hotspot VM generates its own interpreter at start-up time.
  25. An Interpreter assists people who speak different languages to communicate with each other. They do this by transferring information verbally from one language into another.