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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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If it is not a section 988 transaction, related items of income, gain, deduction, or loss are translated into the Section 987 QBU's functional currency at the spot rate on the day the item is properly taken into account under U.
But if the brochure must be translated into Italian, the amount of text expansion may cause formatting problems.
For example, Ainsi parla l'oncle (Thus Spoke the Uncle), a collection of essays by Jean Price-Mars (1876-1969), was published in French in 1928, but it wasn't translated into English until 1997.
Although this translation imbalance has been somewhat corrected in the decades after World War II, the Japan Foundation reports that for every Japanese book translated into a foreign language today, 20 foreign works are translated into Japanese.
Pieces translated in Akita dialect capture the spirit of the original nursery rhymes compared with those translated into the bland language of standard Japanese,'' Taira said.
We've also invested in informational materials, such as the citizenship test translated into Bosnian, so that they can study it in their own language and then master it in English.
NEC said it plans to expand its software to include medical and technical terminology so that research papers can be translated into Japanese.
Seven thousand miles away, in the San Fernando Valley, the marketing department of a medical device manufacturer decides it is time to have a 28,000-word user's manual translated into a half-dozen languages, one of which is French.
Some of her critical writings were translated into several Western languages.
The Bible in its totality was not completely translated into English until the 14th century.
By coordinating the localization activity for DCE, OSF can ensure that localization costs are shared by all interested licensees, thereby providing licensees with products at a fraction of the cost of in-house development, and significantly accelerating the availability of products translated into local languages to address the global marketplace," continued Shaw.
The top ten languages (English, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, German, French, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic and Korean) reach 81%, while a web site has to be translated into 37 different languages in order to reach 99%.