- v. present participle of transliterate.
“Could be, but the book is pretty thoroughly proofread as was commonly the case in those bygone days of yore, and if she were straighforwardly transliterating the Japanese word she would presumably have used a k, not a c.”
“The transcriber hopes he did a tolerable job in transliterating the Greek words in the preface.”
“The reason that guesses should sometimes be necessary at all owes itself to the fact that transliterating from the Arabic writing often obscures the original words.”
“But in doing so, bank compliance officers are grappling with a peculiar challenge: the myriad ways of transliterating Arabic names.”
“When it comes to transliterating Arabic names or terms, I have used conventional English spellings, for instance, Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda, and Omar Abdel Rahman.”
“In contrast your idea about entering names in the original alphabet and transliterating only for user interface makes sense.”
“In better news, I'm done transliterating the first chapter of Irresponsible Admiral Tylor!”
“I had a go at transliterating the runes but I'm not sure I got the right solution - I shall have to read the book to find out :”
“She meant existing Americans as opposed to people coming into America not yet American and transliterating names for the first time.”
“The pitfalls of transliterating Chinese into English are only surpassed by the difficulties of converting Chinese money into American dollars.”
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