interpreted language


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in·ter·pret·ed language

 (ĭn-tûr′prĭ-tĭd)
n. Computers
A programming language whose programs are typically executed by an interpreter.
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Spanish is the most frequently interpreted language in the state's courts, followed by American Sign Language, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Arabic and Vietnamese.
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Sign language interpreters, therefore, should ensure that court participants do not confuse these essential elements of the interpreted language with inappropriate interpreter conduct.[end strikethrough]