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  • verb Present participle of translate.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • I think there may be some confusion in translating the Spanish word limón, which means lime in Spanish, into the English word lemon.

    [sfmacaws] Your Favorites?

  • 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

    Carscoop

  • 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

    Carscoop

  • 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

    Carscoop

  • 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.

    The Dark Side of Dickens

  • I don't know what language the original interview took place in; I am translating from the French.

    Carlos Fuentes' view on Mexico violence, drugs, etc.

  • 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.

    Roger Burden must raise his game to be new FA chairman

  • The “AzioneTrans Manifesto” is her first temptation in translating in English her work.

    Sugar and spice and all things neurobiological

  • AOL has been working with Wolff Olins in translating the vision into a new brand platform for their business.

    AOL Reveals New Brand, Logotype « Art & Business of Motion

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