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to decode something from something, such as a language, to another. Will you please translate this from Russian into English? I can translate it into Russian from any Romance language.
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Because translation is a tricky and delicate process, those translating our work have a strong understanding of not only our language but also our culture so they can depict them accurately.
The situation becomes less clear when translating for personal use.
Thirteen papers are narrative, reflective, and lend to the reader an eye, so to speak, with which to gain insight into the step-by-step process of critically editing and translating Indological and Buddhist manuscripts and texts from Sanskrit, Vedic, Tibetan, or North Indian vernacular into English, French, German, or Italian.
The 2006 proposed regulations generally determine the taxable income or loss of a Section 987 QBU by translating its income and loss items at the average exchange rate for the year.
Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) is "the broadest term used to describe an area of computer technology applications that automates or assists the act of translating text from one language to another" (SDL International).
One of the most time-consuming and costly tasks a company faces when "going global," or competing in the global marketplace, is translating all its Web and print documents for international use.
His ambitious but small publishing house is taking on the daunting task of translating and publishing as many as 100 books from Japanese writers in the next few years.
In addition, the Congregation for Divine Worship has issued new guidelines for ICEL and, in 2001, issued detailed instructions entitled Liturgiam authenticam for the proper way of translating from the ancient languages (see C.
She musters a number of convincing arguments to support her thesis, including the fact that both the VC manuscript and the Zoppino edition follow Leoniceno's own prescriptions for translating from the Greek, and that when Zoppino published a second edition of Lucian's collected works (the first was anonymous), he credits Leoniceno as the translator.
But you may not have realised that you can also get help with translating foreign languages on the web - a useful thing to know about if you're using those cheap travel sites to plan your own DIY holiday.
The Canadian Bible Society, working with a translation team of Inuit Anglican clergy, has completed the 24-year task of translating the Bible into Inuktitut, the language of the Inuit of the eastern Arctic and northern Quebec.
Braille displays provide access to PCs, translating on-screen graphics and text to refreshable Braille.
And the best of all examples I think is Usk translating to Wysg (ar yr afon Wysg) and being signalled as Bryn Buga and sometimes as Bryn Byga on road signs.
A group in Akita Prefecture, northeastern Japan, is translating Mother Goose nursery rhymes into a local dialect and singing them to the tune of local folk songs, group members said.
It is the first software capable of translating Web sites from more than two foreign languages into Japanese, according to the report.