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translate

(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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In his ruling, the judge suppressed the evidence found in the car, stating that it wasn't reasonable to rely on Google Translate to obtain consent for what would otherwise be an illegal search.
Modern Urdu prose is generally simple to translate, with the exception of the language employed by such works as Shamsur Rahman Faruqi's Kaee Chaand Thay Sar-i-Aasman and Sawaar Aur Doosray Afsaanay.
"Our Zendesk integration enables customer support teams to offer multilingual support in more than 94 language pairings, in a simple and effortless solution," said Translate.com's Vice President of Global Sales, Anthony Perez.
The web-based version of Google Translate is a useful tool at the reference desk, but the mobile version, on a tablet or smartphone equipped with a microphone, is even more powerful.
The new Google Translate also features a conversation mode that uses voice recognition and the power of the Internet cloud to translate both sides of a chat between people speaking different languages, the demonstration showed.
When pasting in text, Yahoo's Babel Fish is limited to 150-word passages, and Google Translate can choke on longer passages.
to create a sense of the public in which oppositional voices are not feared, degraded or dismissed, but valued for the instigation to a sensate democracy they occasionally perform." A sensate democracy translates as an incarnational pluralism of interdependent becoming, or into the basileia that Cobb translates, against the American Empire, as the commonwealth of God.
tax principles (e.g., MACRS depreciation), and then translate the taxable income or loss computed in the local currency into the owner's functional currency.
The words wa, zo, and bia translate as "come" respectively in Yoruba, Ibo, and Hausa, three prominent West African languages.
This was a small fish that characters placed in their ears (science fiction, remember) that could instantly translate anything which was said to them.
All other single digits are common to both genders ie one, five, six, seven, eight, nine translate to un, pump, chwech, saith, wyth, naw, whether one is counting boys or girls.
Not only could she introduce the refugees to English, but, as a Bosnian, she was available to translate and explain how to do things, such as purchase medications (generic vs name brands), get a driver's license or decipher a bus schedule.