What is a medical translator?
By Melia Yanat, Lingolet Team
The translator is a language professional.
His/her mission is to transcribe texts from a foreign language (source language) into his/her mother tongue (target language).
His objectives are clear: accuracy and fluidity in his work. The translator translates a written text, respecting the original text's content and form.
The translator translates the essence of a speech with the same intensity. Thanks to new technologies, this profession has evolved. It is no longer just a question of texts on paper but also digital media (e-documents, websites).
In 2020, technological solutions have emerged to ensure remote access to interpreting and translating. Lingolet is the first to offer an on-demand solution with more than 4,000 interpreters and a complete management platform for administrators.
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