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    IF A PERSON BELONGS TO A CERTAIN CATEGORY OR LEVEL IN MEDICINE, INTERPRETATION AND SO ON, DO WE SAY:

    A FIRST/SECOND-CATEGORY TRANSLATOR

    THANKS

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    Default Re: CATEGORY

    Quote Originally Posted by azkad View Post
    IF A PERSON BELONGS TO A CERTAIN CATEGORY OR LEVEL IN MEDICINE, INTERPRETATION AND SO ON, DO WE SAY:

    A FIRST/SECOND-CATEGORY TRANSLATOR

    THANKS
    If you are talking about the level of competence, you can say 'She is a 'first-class' translator.
    It means her work is of the highest quality.

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