triadic

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triad +‎ -ic

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triadic

  1. of or relating to a triad
  2. (obsolete) trivalent
  3. (translation studies) describing interpreting that involves three parties, i.e., the two clients and the interpreter
    • 2008, Séguinot, Candace, John Kearns, editor, Translator and Interpreter Training: Issues, Methods and Debates, Continuum International Publishing Group, page 13:
      The notion that one is doing a worthwhile job and the interpretation of just what kinds of intervention are possible are key in the issues of triadic interpreting...

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