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Yuki Okada
Yuki Okada
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
engineering, electrical, electronics, semiconductor, technical, manual, software, translation, interpretation 翻訳, 通訳, ...
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Yumico Tanaka
Yumico Tanaka
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
immigration documents, children's books, tourism, legal issues, medical reports, website, Japanese to English translation, easy to read,
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Duncan Adam
Duncan Adam
Native in English (Variants: US, Wales / Welsh, Irish, UK, Canadian, Scottish, Australian, British, New Zealand) Native in English
Finance, legal, law, agreement, investment, contract, financial reporting, reports, equities, funds, ...
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Shannon Morales
Shannon Morales
Native in English Native in English
cosmetics, business, marketing, TV scripts, fashion, economics, travel, tourism, surveys, japanese, ...
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Mark Pleas
Mark Pleas
Native in English (Variant: US) Native in English
和英, 英語, イタリア語, 有価証券報告書, 財務諸表, 建設業, 見積書, 工学, 理科系, Italian, ...
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Daniel Penso
Daniel Penso
Native in English Native in English, Japanese Native in Japanese
translator, translate, interpret, transcript, Japanese, English, Thai, Spanish, law, sports, ...
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Miho Ohashi
Miho Ohashi
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
English, Japanese, Spanish, business, marketing, contracts, law, international organization, government, policy, ...
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Akihiko Takeda
Akihiko Takeda
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Japanese, automotive, robot, robotic, automation, manufacturing, process, production, quality, mass production, ...
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GKKL
GKKL
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, game, localization, automobile, automotive, car, truck, PR, public, relation, ...
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Marcel Karl Gomez Galarza
Marcel Karl Gomez Galarza
Native in Spanish (Variants: Mexican, Latin American, Peruvian, Latin American, Peruvian) Native in Spanish
Japanese, English, Spanish, Peru, translation, trados, experienced, trade, commerce, business, ...
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Owen Davies
Owen Davies
Native in English Native in English
japanese, english, translation, technical writing, technical author, printer, projector, digital camera, dvd player, computer, ...
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Gemma Collinge
Gemma Collinge
Native in English Native in English
literature, anime, manga, video games, politics, economics, gender issues, china, japan, international relations, ...
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Noriko Fujiwara
Noriko Fujiwara
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Cosmetics, Beauty
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Rossa O'Muireartaigh
Rossa O'Muireartaigh
Native in English Native in English
law, contracts, agreements, certificates, business, finance, marketing, company reports, humanities, history, ...
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Robert Edison
Robert Edison
Native in English (Variant: US) Native in English
japanese, computers, games, food, travel, science, software, technology, journalism, news, ...
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John Tysome
John Tysome
Native in English Native in English
japanese, engineering, pharmaceuticals, medical, biotech, biotechnology, gmp, technical, clinical trial
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Henry Case
Henry Case
Native in English Native in English
computer science, networks, computers, mixed martial arts, software, localization, philosophy, psychology, art, literature, ...
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Josh Goodman
Josh Goodman
Native in English Native in English
Linguistics, Idioms / Maxims / Sayings, Slang, Cooking / Culinary, ...
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Jiten Madia
Jiten Madia
Native in English Native in English
Phrases, tailor made, textual, linguistic, convert, verbal, conversations, efficiency, cheapest price, easy, ...
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Elizabeth Hashimura
Elizabeth Hashimura
Native in English Native in English
Folklore, Linguistics


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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.