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(trăns′lāt′, trănz′-, trăns-lāt′, trănz-)
v. trans·lated, trans·lating, trans·lates
v.tr.
Biology To subject (messenger RNA) to translation.

trans·lat′a·bil′i·ty n.
trans·lat′a·ble adj.
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McGavran's study of church growth, Nida's cultural-anthropological communication model, Sanneh's translatability theory, Miguez's transformative practice model, and Sundermeier's cross-cultural hermeneutics model all lead one to reconsider "particularity and universality," which are not in opposition to postmodern cross-cultural missiological hermeneutics.
Iser, Wolfgang (2006) "On Translatability," Cultural Typologies Coursepack, University of Bucharest.
In other words, they represent a failure to promote First World feminism on a global scale, exposing the lack of translatability of Western feminism.
As for testing the multi-vocality as well as assessing the translatability of cultural products, the researcher would do well by incorporating empirical observations of the audiences.
Nevertheless, the other concepts collateral to equivalence, such as translatability, the asymmetry of languages, translator's invisibility and others, could serve well as excellent parameters in the discussion of literary translation, its operations and its difficulties.
Drawing on a solid theoretical base, Smith understands translatability of deity as taking two forms: horizontal translatability, which is "the recognition of others' divinity across (and even despite) cultural [and geographic] boundaries" (p.
When asked to comment on the translatability of the study findings to other states, Dr.
Most important, it turns to closer questions about how skill might be made legible in the furnishings market, describing specific aesthetic patterns and theories about the translatability of certain styles" (105).
In chapter 3 Knopf provides transcripts from interviews with Native American and First Nations filmmakers that specifically and narrowly address their perceptions of oral traditions and issues of translatability to film.
to the strongest and most proximate power" anyway (37)--do not apply, thereby raising the question of whether they ever apply, or whether dying into life is an antipolitical gesture, thinking restoration as the continuation of revolution and stressing the translatability of difference.
Echo conflates the extremes of translatability and untranslatability, of causal and acausal repetition, of literal and figural translation.
The authors concluded that "microfluidic single cell gene expression profiling can uncover instability in hiPSC gene expression profiles, which may significantly affect the ultimate clinical translatability of these exciting sources for cellular repair.