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translate
verb (translated , translating )
1
a to express (a word, speech, written text, etc) in another language, closely preserving the meaning of the original translated Umberto Eco's novel into English ;
b intr to do this, especially as a profession translates for the EU .
2 intr said of a written text, etc: to be able to be expressed in another language, format, etc Poetry doesn't always translate well .
3 to put or express (eg an idea) in other terms, especially terms that are plainer or simpler than the original.
4 to interpret the significance or meaning of (an action, behaviour, etc) translated her expression as contempt .
5 tr & intr to convert or be converted into; to show or be shown as need to translate their ideas into reality The price translates as roughly £50 .
6 tr & intr to change or move from one state, condition, person, place, etc to another.
7 church to transfer (a bishop) from one see2to another.
8 to move (the relics of a saint) from one place to another.
9 relig to remove someone to heaven, especially without death.
[13c: from Latin transferre , translatum to carry across]
translatable adjective .
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