translation operation

translation operation

[tran′slā·shən ‚äp·ə‚rā·shən]
(physics)
The process of moving an object along a straight line in such a way that any line which is fixed with respect to the object remains parallel to its original direction.
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She has been involved in translation operation management since 1995, being in charge of translation of the acquis communautaire into Estonian before her country's accession to the EU, managing the Estonian language unit in the Council of the EU from 2004 to 2008 and the Estonian language department of DG Translation from 2008 to 2011.
As the term translation is not explicit enough to designate the psycholinguistic operations that leads to such a result and occur in the mind of the person who translates, according to complex algorithms, it would be more appropriate to talk about activity of translation, translation operation, translation process, translation mechanism or translation act to do justice to the complexity of this process.
How the Latin American editing and translation operation became known as Chester is a mystery.
A figure which currently stands at 18 million translation operations per day.
Canada was the first that broke with the traditional way of translating legal texts, more precisely with the system where the translation operations were performed in isolation by a translation service attached to the Ministry of Justice or other government department.
On Wednesday, the Corporation was contacted by Sydney Sharp of the Financial Post who advised that an unnamed source, which she would not name, had made to her certain allegations, which included that the Corporation had only one translation customer, that the accuracy levels of the software assisted translation was really "10-15 percent", that the Corporation somehow pre-programmed translation software for demonstration purposes, and that the Corporation had closed down its translation operations.

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