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Tobias Rushbrook
Tobias Rushbrook
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, translation, contract, IR, investor relations, interpreting, interpreter, deposition, negotiation, subtitles, ...
62
mentos1
mentos1
Native in English Native in English
Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Patents, Thermal Dynamics
63
AnitaByrnes
AnitaByrnes
Native in English Native in English
Japanese to English translation, information technology, IT, software, localization, Japanese, English, communications, business, migration document, ...
64
Garrett Brown
Garrett Brown
Native in English Native in English
Geology, Environment & Ecology, Nutrition, Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng, ...
65
Robin Boyd
Robin Boyd
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, contracts, law, manual, press release, financial, video, promotional
66
Donte Frazier
Donte Frazier
Native in English Native in English
Linguistics, Medical: Health Care, Medical (general), Telecom(munications), ...
67
Gwen Clayton
Gwen Clayton
Native in English Native in English
japanese, law, business, finance, contracts, legal documents
68
jhboley
jhboley
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, business, technology
69
paulbacon
paulbacon
Native in English Native in English
japanese, technology, computers, satellites, science, british english, bilingual, 7 years working in Japanese, lived in Japan for 15 years, JPLT II, ...
70
richardbennett
richardbennett
Native in English Native in English
japanese to English, legal, contracts, property, business, marketing, localization, software, boardgames, real estate, ...
71
Ivan Rorick
Ivan Rorick
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, English, translate, translator, Japan, United States, American, medical, IT, information technology, ...
72
Alexandra Scotcher
Alexandra Scotcher
Native in English (Variants: British, UK) Native in English
Japanese, Hokkaido, Niseko, Sapporo, travel, tourism, architecture, construction, environment, agriculture, ...
73
Michael O'Keeffe
Michael O'Keeffe
Native in English (Variants: Irish, British) Native in English
Japanese Patents, Pharmacuetical GMP, chemistry, Biochemistry, genetics, software, navigation, automotive, semiconductors, cosmetics, ...
74
Jennifer Yamazaki
Jennifer Yamazaki
Native in English Native in English
japanese, english, translation, interpreting, poker, mahjong, gaming, voiceover, legal, medical, ...
75
Nicholas Miller
Nicholas Miller
Native in English Native in English
patent, patent translator, readable, technical, translator, Japanese to English, J to E, Japanese, electronics, electrical, ...
76
Kerry Bentley
Kerry Bentley
Native in English Native in English
Petroleum Eng/Sci, Engineering: Industrial, Energy / Power Generation, Physics, ...
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Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones
Native in English Native in English
japanese legal translation, japanese law, contract law, company law, contracts, finance, securities, family law, html, copywriting, ...
78
honyakusha05
honyakusha05
Native in English Native in English
Translation, Japanese, English
79
Allen Hunter
Allen Hunter
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, translator, translation, pharmaceutical, science, medical, patent, engineering, microlithography, optics, ...
80
Mary Kennard
Mary Kennard
Native in English Native in English
general science, children's books, manga, operating manuals, copywriting, travel, general


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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.