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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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I cannot translate it because I will not be able to pull it off, but reading it helped me understand and translate Afzal's nazms.
Offline translations allow users to translate a word or sentence on Google Translate app without connecting to the internet.
With increased number of people in the world and the quest to venture into many places necessitates one to learn how to translate words from one language to another in order to fit in a certain setting.
The powerful technology is now a part of Google Translate, a multilingual statistical service provided by Google translating written text from one language into another.
"I cannot muster the 'we' except by finding the way in which I am tied to 'you,' by trying to translate but finding that my own language must break up and yield if I am to know you."
In numeracy, why does deunaw (two nines) translate correctly to 18, whereas deuddeg (two tens) and pumddeg (five tens) translate incorrectly to 12 and 15 respectively?
businesses wanting to localize and translate to expand business abroad are faced with few choices.
What a user needs to make full and efficient use of a foreign database or the Internet, Oard explains, is a system that translates among languages, searches effectively for answers to a user's query or stated interests, and then ranks any matches by the likelihood of their satisfying a particular user's needs.
By using the same rate to translate foreign taxes and accumulated profits, the Bon Ami approach preserved the historical ratio between those two items.
The shorthand is then sent to the computer which has a special software program designed to instantaneously translate the shorthand into English text by use of a shorthand dictionary.
The ever-important assumption that cash flow eventually translates into earnings is somewhat difficult for an accountant to embrace, given deferred income tax accounting and pension accounting under the FASB's Statement 87.