Etymology:[ tran(t)s-'lA-sh&n, tranz- ] (noun.) 14th century. From Latin trānslātiō (“transfer”), from trans- (“across”), + lātiō (“carrying”), from lātus, perfect passive participle of irregular verb ferō (compare transfer), + noun of action suffix -iō.
Synonyms:adaptation, construction, crib, decoding, elucidation, explanation, gloss, key, metaphrase, paraphrase, reading, rendering, rendition, rephrasing, restatement, simplification, transcription, transliteration, version
Word of the day:recision