translator

[trans-ley-ter, tranz-, trans-ley-ter, tranz-]
noun
1.
Also, translater. a person who translates.
2.
Television. a relay station that receives programming on one frequency and rebroadcasts it at another frequency for improved local reception.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English translatour (< Middle French) < Late Latin translātor (Latin: one who transfers a thing); see translate, -tor

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translator (trænsˈleɪtə, trænz-)
 
n
1.  a person or machine that translates speech or writing
2.  radio a relay transmitter that retransmits a signal on a carrier frequency different from that on which it was received
3.  computing a computer program that converts a program from one language to another
 
translatorial
 
adj

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Example sentences
Translation is an art, but not every translator is an artist.
But without fluency in both languages, it is impossible to tell whether the
  fault lies with the novelist or the translator.
Ready for adventure throughout the world, this pocket translator and learning
  aid can handle virtually any situation.
In my opinion, she should have been included in the list instead of one of the
  two comet-spotters or the translator.
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