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An interpreter is someone who performs oral translation of speech or sign from a language into another.
Interpreter may also refer to:
Math and computing
- Interpreter (computing), a computer program that directly executes a programming or scripting language
- Interpreter pattern, a software engineering design pattern which embeds an interpreter inside a system
- The Comics Interpreter, a magazine of comics criticism
- The Interpreter or Interpreter Magazine, a web publication by the Institute of Modern Russia
- The Interpreter (Kim novel), a 2003 novel by Suki Kim
- The Interpreter: A Story of Two Worlds New York, a 2012 book by Robert Moss
- The Interpreters, a Philadelphia band
- Interpreter (album), a 1996 album by Julian Cope
- The Interpreter (album), a 2011 live album by Rhett Miller of Old 97
- Left-brain interpreter, the post-hoc construction of explanations by the brain's left hemisphere
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