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What Is Relay Interpreting?

October 5, 2015

Conference interpreting

In relay interpreting, the interpreter listens to the source language speaker and renders the message into a language common to all the other interpreters. These other interpreters then render the message to their target language groups.

Relay interpreting is sometimes referred to as “indirect interpreting.”

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