- v. present participle of translate.
“Alas, the translator made numerous outright errors in translating from the English, where he inverted the meaning, and most of his footnotes are completely wrong definitions.”
“I think there may be some confusion in translating the Spanish word limón, which means lime in Spanish, into the English word lemon.”
“Marketed as a 'special sporty' version of the Rogue, the Krom Edition is all about looks with Nissan's definition of the term translating into blingy”
“The “AzioneTrans Manifesto” is her first temptation in translating in English her work.”
“AOL has been working with Wolff Olins in translating the vision into a new brand platform for their business.”
“I would of course be wanting to press Mary Ann Evans on her theological capacities and her labor in translating the liberal German philosophers, as well as on her near-Shakespearean gift for divining the wellsprings of human motivation.”
“I don't know what language the original interview took place in; I am translating from the French.”
“Derby County's consortium of owners from across the pond have had a culture shock in translating their experience of relegation-free, salary-capped franchises to the Championship.”
“Doctor, Thank you for once again translating “AARRGH!” into proper & well reasoned prose.”
“Thanks to David Schmidt for assistance in translating this interview.”
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