Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of translate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Tiberius, the emperor at the time of Christ's crucifixion, is represented here by a round-topped sandstone stela that shows him in classic pharaonic dress with a winged sun-disk kneeling before a couple of gods and with his name translated into hieroglyphs, recording the reconstruction of some flood-damaged temples at Karnak.

    British Museum handsomely fulfils its duties to England outside London

  • The word translated as "mansions," or in modern versions as "dwelling places," "rooms" and "houses," is, as you can see, a bit tricky to get just right.

    Bishop Pierre Whalon: Many Mansions In Whose House?

  • The word translated as “to be with a man” is the Greek gynoskos, which means “to know.”

    Beginner’s Grace

  • The envelope was addressed to Signora Giorgia Grigio, her name translated into Italian, which sounded much prettier to her American ears.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • Praising the thriving Indian media scene and the work of Indian investigative magazine Tehelka, Brown said the title translated to "Bomb" in Hindi.

    Abi Wright: Tina Brown to Columbia J School Students: Go to India!

  • It is also dismissed by Gagnon (2001) in his large-scale study "The Bible and Homosexual Practice", not least as the word translated "loved" is the Greek word agape (used, for example, in John 3: 16; "for God so loved the world"), rather than the Greek word referring to sexual love, eros.

    Antigay Obama Supporter McClurkin: "God Delivered Me From Homosexuality"

  • I assumed the title translated as “The Dog” and referred to Robinson who is treated like one, oops my French is non too bon, it means “The Bitch” and boy was she.

    100 Mysteries: Slap-Happy Dan, pt. 2 – The Bleat.

  • The term translated as “type of entity” literally means “the referent object of a word” and all members of this classification scheme have true findable existence as what the words for them refer to.

    Basic Tenets of the Nyaya and Vaisheshika Schools of Indian Philosophy

  • It is well known to New Testament scholars and for the most part completely unknown to almost everyone else who prays the Lord's Prayer that the word translated "daily" is a Greek word the meaning of which is uncertain.

    Our Daily Neologism

  • Then there is another significant point: the word translated as ‘murderers’ in the King James version is actually sicarii3, which was the name of the most militant Jewish nationalists, who were notorious for their terrorist tactics.

    The Templar Revelation

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