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Synonyms for translation

Synonyms for translation

a restating of something in other, especially simpler, words

the process or result of changing from one appearance, state, or phase to another

Synonyms for translation

a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language

a uniform movement without rotation

(mathematics) a transformation in which the origin of the coordinate system is moved to another position but the direction of each axis remains the same

(genetics) the process whereby genetic information coded in messenger RNA directs the formation of a specific protein at a ribosome in the cytoplasm

rewording something in less technical terminology

the act of uniform movement

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Although there has been some degree of protest over the new translation, Cardinal Pell insists that it helps in promoting unity in faith.
By using rolling drums, belts, wheels, perforated tape and typewriter-like output methods, were the first truly mechanical translation devices (Freigang 2001).
2) A lexical-rule-based, machine translation engine, which achieves high-performance translation of spoken words utilizing dictionaries/grammar, compiled from a wide range of language knowledge data.
Translators try to provide a translation that mirrors hot only the content but also the style of the source document.
Hajime Matsumura, president of Navix, which for 10 years has offered localization services not only in Japan but also in the UK, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, describes a quantum leap in the translation bussiness.
Taken together, these essays offer an impressively broad view of the way in which many political arguments were located in biblical commentary and translation during the Renaissance.
Good translation expresses the idea and is sensitive to the nuances of a foreign culture and its customs.
This translation, known as the Vulgate, served as the "official" Bible of Catholicism.
But if a speaker happened to stray from the script, going beyond the system's vocabulary of roughly 500 words, the computer would fail to produce a translation.
The long-awaited revised English translation of the Roman Missal is now approaching its final phase, with bishops' conferences around the English-speaking world recently examining the latest draft translation produced by the Bishops' Committee of ICEL (the International Comission on English in the Liturgy), and offering their comments.
There are various types of translation and a number of ways in which it can be utilized as a very productive pedagogic device in language classes.
We're facing a language time bomb," says Michael Marubio, director of sales, marketing and Internet services for California-based Logos, a world leader in automated translation software and service.
The author agrees with modern editors of the Anacreontea that, although Etienne claimed to have used two manuscripts for his edition (with a partial Latin translation and commentary) there is no evidence of a second manuscript.
Cross Language has helped us to get a handle on the fragmented and distributed translation and language QA processes," says Sigrid Steegen, localization manager at Gambro BCT.
Father John Zuhlsdorf writes a regular column on the proper translation of Latin liturgical texts into English in the American weekly The Wanderer.