tulkotāja

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See also: tulkotajā and tulkotājā

Latvian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

See tulkotājs.

Noun[edit]

tulkotāja m

  1. genitive singular form of tulkotājs

Etymology 2[edit]

From tulkot (to translate) +‎ -āja (-er), or tulkotājs (translator) +‎ -a (fem.).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

tulkotāja f (4th declension, masculine form: tulkotājs)

  1. (female) translator (person who translateses)
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Usage notes[edit]

The terms tulkotājs, tulkotāja are more recent and usually refer to people who translate written texts (“translator”), while tulks is older and usually refer to people who translate orally, or also who interpret sayings (“interpreter”).

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