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Interpreter vs. Interpretor — Which is Correct Spelling?

Interpreter vs. Interpretor — Which is Correct Spelling?

Which is correct: Interpreter or Interpretor

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Interpreter Definitions

A person who interprets, especially one who translates speech orally or into sign language.
A program that can analyse and execute a program line by line.
One who translates orally from one language into another.
One who gives or expounds an interpretation
"An actor is an interpreter of other men's words, often a soul which wishes to reveal itself to the world" (Alec Guinness).
(Computers) A program that executes other programs.
A person who interprets.
An interpreter of dreams
One of the foremost interpreters [i.e. performers] of Beethoven's piano works
A person who converts spoken or signed language into a different language for the benefit of one or more others who do not understand the first language being used (especially if in real time or shortly after that person has finished communicating). translator.}}
A Japanese man who is tried before a German court is assisted by an interpreter in making oral statements.
A guide who helps people visiting an attraction such as an art exhibit, a nature reserve, etc., understand what they are seeing.
(figuratively) Something that reveals or clarifies.
(computing) A program that executes another program written in a high-level language by reading the instructions in real time rather than by compiling it in advance.
Programs written in the BASIC language are usually run through an interpreter, though some can be compiled.
One who or that which interprets, explains, or expounds; a translator; especially, a person who translates orally between two parties.
We think most men's actions to be the interpreters of their thoughts.
Someone who mediates between speakers of different languages
Someone who uses art to represent something;
His paintings reveal a sensitive interpreter of nature
She was famous as an interpreter of Shakespearean roles
An advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose;
The meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government
(computer science) a program that translates and executes source language statements one line at a time

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