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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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ATLANTA and NEW DELHI, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As Translate Your World becomes one of the most globally recognized speech translation solutions, the system requirements exploded along with the skyrocketing number of companies and individuals knocking at their door.
While Word Lens is functioned to translate only a few Western languages, but Google translates around 340 languages.
8) I'd translate sensate democracy theologically into an incarnational ecology, a genesis collective in which can thrive a political body of permeable becoming.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently introduced an e-book reader for the blind that translates electronic text into Braille.
On place names if Port translates to Porth from English to Welsh, why is Newport called Cas Newydd?
has developed computer software that translates the contents of Web sites written in nine languages into Japanese, a Japanese newspaper reported Wednesday.
Its system, she said, is different in that it translates not word for word but based on context and is 100 percent tolerant of typographical errors and spelling mistakes.
Lexmark, an IBM offshoot, translates its software and.
The other party types his or her responses in Russian, which the computer translates for Hlava.
To our mind's eye, the administrative burdens engendered by section 986 are totally disproportionate to any practical or policy purpose that may be served, especially since the Code translates foreign taxes into dollars as of the date the taxes are paid, but still translates accumulated profits using the spot rate on the dividend date.
The computer instantly translates the stenotyped shorthand into English text and sends that text via modem to the TV studio, which then sends the closed captions out as part of its broadcast signal (hence the reference to "realtime").
It is that cash flow eventually translates into reportable earnings.