Décalage \¦dekə¦läzh\ noun

The lag time between when an interpreter hears an utterance in the source language and renders it into the target language in simultaneous interpreting.

“We keep up, catch up, fall behind again, yet must always render appropriately everything.” – Sibirsky and Taylor, Language into Language


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