Thursday, February 9, 2012

What is the word for 'Translator' in french, german, italian, spanish, greek or latin ?

I would like to know a word which means 'Translator' in any of the above languages.|||French: Traducteur


German: Uebersetzer


Italian: Traduttore


Spanish: Traductor


Greek: μεταφραστής


Latin: Versor|||In Italian it's "traduttore."





Spanish--traductor


French--traducteur.|||If, by "translator", you are referring to a person that translates, then you need to differentiate between masculine and feminine. See below: m / f:





French - traducteur / traductrice


Italian - traduttore / traduttrice


Spanish - traductor / traductora|||in German: Übersetzer (male); Übersetzerin (female)|||French : traducteur|||In French, it's "traducteur" (for a man) "traductrice" (for a woman)|||French: Traducteur


German: Übersetzer


Greek: Μεταφραστής


Italian: Traduttore


Portuguese: Tradutor


Russian: Переводчик


Spanish: Traductor


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Translate is reddo in Latin|||Übersetzer (human translator)


Übersetzungsmaschine (machine translator)|||Traducteur (in French) - Traductrice (feminine).


Traducteur technique. Traductrice medicale....etc.

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