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interpret
used in No Easy Day

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interpret Spanish to English
Definition
to translate words into spoken words of another language

(This word is especially used in place of translate when the translation is done real-time, or on-the-fly, or immediately as needed.)
  • First using the interpreter, and then using the dog, and then visible lasers.
    p. 177.3
  • Our interpreter stood next to the man as I pulled the hood off.
    p. 77.1
  • "Ask him why he had grenades and a chest rack," I told the interpreter.
    p. 77.3
  • No one was hurt badly, but shrapnel from the RPGs hit an Army Ranger, our interpreter, an Afghan soldier partnered with us, and our combat assault dog.
    p. 119.8
  • After surrounding a building, an interpreter had to get on a bullhorn and yell for the fighters to come out with their hands raised.
    p. 141.5
  • An interpreter and a combat assault dog, named Cairo, rounded out the team.
    p. 158.4
  • "Terp" was short for interpreter.
    p. 158.5
  • 'The remaining two assaulters and the interpreter would position themselves just to the northeast corner of the compound to deal with possible onlookers or local police.
    p. 167.7
  • The truth is, if we got to that point, no story we could come up with was going to cover up twenty-two SEALS packing sixty pounds of high-tech gear on their backs, an EOD tech, and an interpreter for a total of twenty-four men, plus a dog, raiding a suburban neighborhood a few miles from the Pakistani military academy.
    p. 195.8
  • Outside, Ali, the CIA interpreter, and the security team were dealing with curious neighbors.
    p. 242.4

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  • Ali was the CIA interpreter on external security.
    p. 192.1

There are no more uses of "interpret" in No Easy Day.

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