He has now learned English well enough that he can conduct interviews without an interpreter.
Monet is generally regarded as the foremost interpreter of pure impressionism.
Recent Examples on the WebPython code uses an interpreter to translate the code into machine code line by line as the program runs.—IEEE Spectrum, 11 Sep. 2023 Through a Russian interpreter, Svidenko entered not guilty pleas to the charges.—oregonlive, 6 Sep. 2023 While communicating via sign language interpreter on Sunday’s episode, the pair discussed how Sheila's mother’s fatal fall had impacted her both both mentally and tangibly.—Esther Kang, Peoplemag, 14 Aug. 2023 For instance, the northwest campus has signs and interpreters for the Marshallese language.—Doug Thompson, Arkansas Online, 5 Aug. 2023 Alongside Lachi, the accompanying music video features viral sign-language interpreter Amber Galloway; TikTok stars Otis Jones and Nell Russell, also ASL translators; and Tony-winning actress Ali Stroker.—Xennia Hamilton, The Hollywood Reporter, 29 July 2023 During the brief hearing, Judge Sherri Murrell ordered Qi to remain jailed without bond as an interpreter explained to Qi in Mandarin what was happening.—Hannah Schoenbaum, BostonGlobe.com, 29 Aug. 2023 For the children of immigrants, this can mean taking care of younger siblings while the parents are at work, serving as an interpreter and translator, or having to enter the workforce at a young age to help pay the bills.—Tina Vasquez, Los Angeles Times, 28 Aug. 2023 The risks of the growing mission were laid bare in October 2017 when a terrorist ambush killed four American soldiers, their interpreter and four Nigerien soldiers.—Elian Peltier, New York Times, 16 Aug. 2023 See More
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