English - Turkish

  1. çevirmek
  2. tercüme etmek fiil
  3. KOD DEĞİŞTİRMEK (BİLGİ İŞLEM MAKİNASI): Bir bilgi kodunu, anlamını değiştirmeden, başka bir kod haline getirmek Askeri
  4. tercüme yapmak
  5. aktarmak
  6. dönüştürmek
  7. çevirisini yapmak
  8. yerdeğiştirmek
  9. çevirmenlik yapmak
  10. tercüme et
  11. (into) (-e) çevirmek, tercüme etmek; (-e) çevrilmek, tercüme edilmek: Can you translate this from French into Turkish? Bunu Fransızcadan
  12. 1. (into) (-e) çevirmek, tercüme etmek; (-e) çevrilmek, tercüme edilmek: Can you translate this from French into Turkish? Bunu Fransızcadan fiil
  13. çevir
  14. telgrafı alarak tekrar başka yere aynen göndermek translatabletercümesi
  15. çeviri yapmak
  16. çevrilmek
  17. bir insanı ölmeden göğe nakletmek
  18. tahvil etmek
  19. tercüme edilmek
  20. tercüman (translator)
  21. çevirme (translated)
  22. (DATA AUTOMATION) KOD ÇEVİRİCİ (BİLGİ İŞLEM TEÇHİZATI): Herhangi bir dilde veya kod halinde verilmiş bilgiyi başka bir dil veya kodda ifade haline çeviren otomatik bilgi işlem teçhizatı Askeri (translator)
  23. çevirir (translates)
  24. ötelemek
  25. tercüme edilebilir sıfat (translatable)
  26. çevrilebilir sıfat (translatable)
  27. çevirerek (translating)
  28. tercüme isim (translating)
  29. çevirici (translator)
  30. tercümeci (translator)

English - English

  1. To subject (a body) to translation, i.e., to move a body on a linear path with no rotation
  2. To change from one form to another - "His sales experience translated well into his new job as a fund-raiser."
  3. To change from one form or medium to another - "The renowned director could translate experience to film with ease."
  4. To move or carry from one place or position to another; to transfer - "The monk translated the holy relics to their new shrine."
  5. To remove to heaven without a natural death - "By faith Enoch was translated, that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him. Heb. xi. 5."
  6. To cause to lose senses or recollection; to entrance - "William was translated by the blow to the head he received, being unable to speak for the next few minutes."
  7. To remove, as a bishop, from one see to another - "Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, when the king would have translated him from that poor bishopric to a better,...refused. Camden."
  8. To change text (of a book, document, Web site, movie, anime, video game etc.) from one language to another - "Hans diligently translated the novel from German into English."
  9. A set of points obtained by adding a given fixed vector to each point of a given set
  10. To have a translation into another language - ""Dog" translates as "chien" in French."
  11. If one thing translates or is translated into another, the second happens or is done as a result of the first. Reforming Warsaw's stagnant economy requires harsh measures that would translate into job losses Your decision must be translated into specific, concrete actions
  12. If a name, a word, or an expression translates as something in a different language, that is what it means in that language. His family's Cantonese nickname for him translates as Never Sits Still
  13. If something that someone has said or written is translated from one language into another, it is said or written again in the second language. Only a small number of Kadare's books have been translated into English Martin Luther translated the Bible into German The Celtic word `geis' is usually translated as `taboo' The girls waited for Mr Esch to translate. Mr Mani by Yehoshua, translated from Hebrew by Hillel Halkin. + translation trans·la·tion The papers have been sent to Saudi Arabia for translation
  14. change something from one language into another fiil
  15. If you say that a remark, a gesture, or an action translates as something, or that you translate it as something, you decide that this is what its significance is. `I love him' often translates as `He's better than nothing' I translated this as a mad desire to lock up every single person with HIV. see also translation
  16. The shifting of a graph horizontally and vertically is called a translation of the graph Thus, if you move the graph of y=2 x2 three units to the right and four units down, you translate the graph by (3,-4) The pair (3,-4) is called the translation vector
  17. restate (words) from one language into another language; "I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U S "; "Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"; "She rendered the French poem into English"; "He translates for the U N "
  18. make sense of a language; "She understands French"; "Can you read Greek?"
  19. To express the meaning of a word in another language To interpret or express in clearer terms
  20. be translatable, or be translatable in a certain way; "poetry often does not translate"; "Tolstoy's novels translate well into English"
  21. physics: subject to movement in which every part of the body moves parallel to and the same distance as every other point on the body
  22. genetics: determine the amino-acid sequence of a protein during its synthesis by using information on the messenger RNA
  23. be equivalent in effect; "the growth in income translates into greater purchasing power"
  24. change the position of (figures or bodies) in space without rotation
  25. to change from one language or representation to another -- " read the word problem below, and try to translate it into an equation " (110)
  26. to change one language into another so it can be understood
  27. bring to a certain spiritual state
  28. In a tessellation, to translate an object means repeating it by sliding it over a certain distance in a certain direction (cfTranslations, Reflections, and Rotations, Symmetry in Tessellations)
  29. To subject a body to translation, i.e., to move a body on a linear path with no rotation
  30. To render into another language; to express the sense of in the words of another language; to interpret; hence, to explain or recapitulate in other words

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    Etymology: [ tran(t)s-lAt, tranz-; tran(t)s ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English translaten from Classical Latin translatus, past participle of transferre, from trans- “across” + latus, "borne", "carried", irregular perfect passive participle of verb ferre “to bear”. Displaced native Middle English awenden "to change, translate" (from Old English āwendan), Middle English irecchen "to explain, expound, interpret" (from Old English ġereccan), and Old English ġeþēodan "to engage in, translate".
    Synonyms: alter, commute, construe, convert, decipher, decode, do into, elucidate, explicate, gloss, make clear, metamorphose, metaphrase, paraphrase, put, render, reword, simplify, spell out, transcribe
    Antonyms: stagnate
    Tenses: translates, translating, translated
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