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INTInternational
INTInternal
INTInterest
INTIntroduction
INTInteger
INTInternet
INTInterface (Cisco networking)
INTIntended (virus scanners)
INTIntegration
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INTInterference (baseball)
INTInterim
INTInterrupt
INTInterception (football)
INTIntermittent
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INTInstitut National des Telecommunications
INTIntermission
INTInterned
INTInterrogative (used with TTY/CW)
INTInterjection
INTInformation Networking and Telecommunications (various schools)
INTInterrogatory
INTIndus Net Technologies (India)
INTInterface
INTInterpreter
INTIntegrated Network Terminator
INTIsaac Newton Telescope (part of the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes on La Palma)
INTI'll Never Tell
INTIntegral/Integrate (mathematics)
INTWinston-Salem, NC, USA - Smith Reynolds (Airport Code)
INTAd Interim Specification (US Navy)
INTIntelligent Narrative Technologies
INTIntegrating Module of the National Energy Modeling System (US DoE, NEMS)
INTIntercomputer Link
INTIntermittent Needle Therapy
INTInstitut National du Tapis (French: National Carpet Institute)
INTIntelligence and Law Enforcement Division (US Navy)
INTIntegration Hardware Subsystem
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"Then you shall be our interpreter," said the Scarecrow, "and explain to this Pumpkinhead all that I say, and also explain to me all that he says.
What have we got an interpreter for, if you break out in this rash way?"
M'Kay returned on board, the interpreter related what had passed, and begged him to prevail upon the captain to make sail, as from his knowledge of the temper and pride of the people of the place, he was sure they would resent the indignity offered to one of their chiefs.
Thus far the Indian interpreter, from whom these particulars are derived, had been an eye-witness to the deadly conflict.
All my retinue was that poor lad for an interpreter, whom I persuaded into my service, and, at my humble request, we had each of us a mule to ride on.
It may be rendered into English thus: "May your celestial majesty outlive the sun, eleven moons and a half!" To this the king returned some answer, which, although I could not understand, yet I replied as I had been directed: FLUFT DRIN YALERICK DWULDOM PRASTRAD MIRPUSH, which properly signifies, "My tongue is in the mouth of my friend;" and by this expression was meant, that I desired leave to bring my interpreter; whereupon the young man already mentioned was accordingly introduced, by whose intervention I answered as many questions as his majesty could put in above an hour.
The interpreter translated these words without the last phrase, and Bonaparte smiled.
I am an interpreter, as perhaps my neighbor there has told you.
To my question, put through the Sagoth interpreter, I received the reply that having spared my life they con-sidered that Tu-al-sa's debt of gratitude was canceled.
He wants you to take a glass of wine with him, said the interpreter. Thank him heartily; but tell him it's against my principles to drink with the man I've diddled.
Rose enlisted with them as guide and interpreter. When he got them among the Crows, he was exceedingly generous with their goods; making presents to the braves of his adopted tribe, as became a high-minded chief.
As for the Portuguese pilot, he being desirous to see the court, we bore his charges for his company, and for our use of him as an interpreter, for he understood the language of the country, and spoke good French and a little English.