مترجم

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the active participle of the verb تَرْجَمَ(tarjama, to translate), from the root ت ر ج م(t-r-j-m).

NounEdit

مُتَرْجِم (mutarjimm (plural مُتَرْجِمُون(mutarjimūn), feminine مُتَرْجِمَة(mutarjima))

  1. translator
  2. interpreter
  3. biographer
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Related termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Turkish: mütercim

Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the passive participle of the verb تَرْجَمَ(tarjama, to translate), from the root ت ر ج م(t-r-j-m).

AdjectiveEdit

مُتَرْجَم (mutarjam) (feminine مُتَرْجَمَة(mutarjama), masculine plural مُتَرْجَمُون(mutarjamūn), feminine plural مُتَرْجَمَات(mutarjamāt))

  1. translated
  2. (film) synchronized
DeclensionEdit

PersianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مُتَرْجِم(mutarjim).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

مُتَرجِم (motarjem) (plural مُتَرجِمان(motarjemân) or مُتَرجِمین(motarjemin) or مُتَرجِم‌ها(motarjem-hâ))

  1. translator, interpreter
    Synonyms: ترجمه‌گر(tarjome-gar), برگرداننده(bar-gardânande), ترجمان(tarjomân)

UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian مترجم‎, from Arabic مُتَرْجِم(mutarjim).

NounEdit

مترجم (mutarjimm (Hindi spelling मुतर्जिम)

  1. translator
  2. interpreter

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