What do translators do?
Translators convert written language or text from one language into the nearest possible equivalent into the target language into written format. Both translators and interpreters strive to conserve as much of the original meaning, tone, intent, and register as possible.
The translator reads text from a source document and translates it into the target language of the listener. For example: The sight translator would read a legal document written in English into the language of the listener, say Spanish.
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