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translate

[tran′slāt]
(computer science)
To convert computer information from one language to another, or to convert characters from one representation set to another, and by extension, the computer instruction which directs the latter conversion to be carried out.

translate

(1) To change one language into another; for example, assemblers, compilers and interpreters translate source language into machine language.

(2) In computer graphics, to move an image on screen without rotating it.

(3) In telecommunications, to change the frequencies of a band of signals.
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I would add, maybe by helping them sharing their memories, they can help us back in translating.
William Tyndale emulated Luther by translating the New Testament into English between 1525 and 1531.
About four years ago, Catholic Insight discussed six (then still secret) Vatican "norms" for translating Scripture in the face of feminist "inclusive language" demands.
Raised speaking both Russian and English, she later put her talents to use for the State Department, intercepting Soviet broadcasts and translating them for government use.
Saint Thomas Aquinas in his prologue to 'Against the Errors of the Greeks' remarks: 'A good translator, while guarding the sense of the truths he is translating, must adapt his style of the genius of his own tongue.
Briefly, the rule is, say man when translating Adam (Hebrew) and anthropos (Greek).
Tyndale also showed the public aspect of his work by printing a table of New Testament lections for each Sunday and by translating forty Old Testament lections prescribed during Advent and Lent and on certain saints' days.
What that means is that "everything from business cards to product labels will need translating and American businesses are unprepared for that reality," Marubio added.
Multinational corporations find it difficult, if not literally impossible, to comply with the statutory requirements for translating their myriad foreign tax payments.
This is a key benefit," adds Crain, "because it enables translators to focus on what they do best -- translating content.
Continuing our series on the recently received Vatican Norms on Bible translating and "inclusive" language, we comment now on Norm Two.
Thompson uses a new service available from Logos Corporation that allows documents to be sent to them over the Internet for translating.