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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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com provides agents with the ability to effortlessly translate customer messages and their own responses, all from their Zendesk account," said Perez.
The fifth lawyer pointed out that when you can't contact the copyright holder, there are provisions in the international copyright law for obtaining a license to translate a book if a certain number of years have passed since the book's publication, depending on the country.
In addition, it covers languages like Russian and Korean and can also translate entire webpages for you.
On place names if Port translates to Porth from English to Welsh, why is Newport called Cas Newydd?
We are available to translate and explain documents, such as medical insurance forms.
For example, if the word "cochlear" is not in the reporter's dictionary, the computer could translate it either as KOEBG/HRAOER (untranslated steno) or "coke leer" (incorrect English translation).
He envisions the development of a computer system that recognizes speech in one language, translates the spoken words into another language, and feeds the translated text into a speech synthesizer.
Cash flow eventually must translate into reportable earnings.
It will then translate the selected text in the required language.
Then brush with your finger over the particular text you want to translate.
In order to have a system that could translate nearly any conversation, the database would have to be around 300,000 words.
TRANSLATION POWER Growing up in a bilingual home in New York where I was the only one who spoke Norwegian in my elementary school, I remember being asked to translate for newly enrolled Scandinavian students whose parents were assigned to the United Nations.