The translation: “The victorius cause was pleasing to the Gods, but the lost cause to Cato.”
The translation agency only advertises for girls with “no complexes”: code for being prepared to bed the client.
translation: All you rope-line people just shut the heck up.
Iranian-Americans have offered us vital support through advice, translation and blogging.
translation: there will never be an O. Roellinger New York or Las Vegas—or anywhere else.
His translation of Virgil's neid is said to be superior to Dryden's.
In the translation the play on words is indicated by the Latin names.
Just in the nick of time the English translation of Kenan appeared.
The basis of the present translation is a MS. on vellum apparently of about the year 1200.
Charles Dryden's translation of the seventh Satire of Juvenal, ver.
mid-14c., "removal of a saint's body or relics to a new place," also "rendering of a text from one language to another," from Old French translation (12c.) or directly from Latin translationem, noun of action from past participle stem of transferre (see transfer).
translation trans·la·tion (trāns-lā'shən, trānz-)
The act or process of translating, especially from one language into another.
The state of being translated.
A translated version of a text.
The process by which mRNA, tRNA, and ribosomes effect the production of a protein molecule from amino acids, the specificity of synthesis being controlled by the base sequences of the mRNA.
Movement of a tooth through alveolar bone without change in axial inclination.