Target language definition

Target language means the language into which an interpretation and/or translation is rendered.
Target language means the language of the listener, into which the interpreter renders the interpretation from the source language. This term is always relative, depending on who is listening.
Target language means the language into which a document is translated from the source language.

Examples of Target language in a sentence

  • NOTE: Classrooms that are organized heterogeneously will require teaming at the grade level for the delivery of daily differentiated dELD to maximize the instructional time for ELs and non ELs (dELD, MELD, Academic Language Development, Target Language Development).

  • Target Language: English {en} Library: General (EnglishÙSpanish 2) Source: 6.851.405Target: 7.318.088Kantan offers a wide range of domains to choose from, including financial, medical, automotive, legal, etc.


More Definitions of Target language

Target language means the language that is being taught or learned.
Target language means any language other than the first language/mother tongue used in the pre-primary school context. The term can cover both the second language and the foreign language.
Target language means the language that is being taught or learned. 210:15-3-134. Language(s) awareness k - grade 3[REVOKED]
Target language means the language into which the source text is translated. “Source Language” shall mean the original language of the document to be translated.
Target language means, for the purpose of this regulation, the specific world language in which the Standard Certificate is requested. World language means any language other than English that is used by2 TITLE 14 EDUCATIONDELAWARE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE peoples around the world for communicating information and ideas and transmitting its culture(s), including American Sign Language (ASL), Latin, and Greek.
Target language means the language into which the Source Language is to be interpreted or transcribed.