Wordly commissioned Dimensional Research to conduct a study with 200+ Marketing and Sales Professionals at US and UK based organizations to understand trends and best practices around offering translation services at multilingual events.Download Now
Language interpretation is the process of managing the oral or voice communication from one source language into one or more output languages. The interpretation could be done simultaneously (in real-time) or consecutively (having the presenter pause at intervals to allow for interpretation over the same audio channel) - and could be either an exact translation or an approximate translation of the original content. The terms “interpretation” and “translation” are sometimes used interchangeably even though they actually have different meanings. Interpretation typically refers to spoken language while translation refers to written text.